Streaming Services that Existed in the 90's and 2000's

TheCartoonRailfan

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I figured this would be a good time to talk about streaming services that existed back in the 90’s and 2000’s just to understand the history. This is all I know based on forum searches.

Manga Entertainment had Spunik7 which aired some anime series. AOL had In2TV (2006) and AOL Video (2006-2009), airing Batman, Thundercats, and He-Man.

Nickelodeon had TurboNick (2005-2009), and I remember watching full episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants on the Nickelodeon website. The service only involved original Nickelodeon series. TurboNick was soon replaced by Nick Video.

Toonami had Toonami Reactor (2001-2002) and Toonami JetStream (2006-2009); the latter airing series that never appeared on the main block such as Durarara! Cartoon Network had Cartoon Network Video (2006-2012), which featured the Cartoon Network Originals and various shorts.

What other streaming services existed during this time? Feel free to share your experiences.
 
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