Amazon.com Inc. said Monday it is introducing a new over-the-top streaming device called the Fire TV Stick. The device is just a few inches long, plugs directly into a television’s HDMI port and picks up a home's WiFi signal to stream video from services including YouTube, Hulu Plus and Pandora. It runs on Amazon’s proprietary operating system based on Google Inc.’s Android. The device, which is available in the United Stated for $39 US starting Nov. 19, will also include Amazon’s own Prime Instant Video service, as well as content from traditional broadcasters such as the Walt Disney Co., PBS and Disney-owned ESPN. Amazon claims to have over 200,000 movies and TV episodes in its Instant Video library. The company said in a press release the Fire TV Stick would provide the “same experience” as the Fire TV set-top box it introduced in April. The company said eligible customers will receive a 30-day free trial to Amazon Prime and Netflix Inc. content when they purchase the Fire TV Stick. Amazon did not release any details on if and when the device would be available in Canada. The Fire TV set-top box is still unavailable in Canada six months after its release.