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iTunes gets Baseball content

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 31 Mar 2007 14:45 User comments (1)

iTunes gets Baseball content Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes service has struck yet another content deal; this time with Major League Baseball. The deal will bring sports highlights to the iTunes download store, priced at the usual $1.99. The content includes a "MLB.com Daily Rewind" highlight show, as well as two weekly "Game of the Week" full-length games.
To promote the premium content to iTunes users, MLB is offering a free download of "2007 Season Preview Show" to every iTunes user. An iTunes "Season Pass" for the highlight show will cost $7.99, and $19.99 for all full games. Users who decided to buy an Apple TV device will also be able to watch their content on a proper television by streaming it using iTunes.

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11.4.2007 10:32

20 beans for something they show FOR FREE on terestrial tv, good one.

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