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UK iTunes store finally gets TV shows

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 28 Aug 2007 21:42 User comments (3)

UK iTunes store finally gets TV shows TV show and movie content has been promised to customers of Apple's UK iTunes store for some time now. Today, finally, Apple has quietly added some TV shows to the popular download store, giving users more to download than just Pixar short animations. Many TV shows have been added including ABC's hit shows Lost and Grey's Anatomy.
As for cartoons, Disney's Kim Possible and SpongeBob Square Pants are examples of what has been added to the store for UK users. Other TV shows like Pimp My Ride and South Park are also now available for 1.89 ($3.78), which is significantly higher than the $1.99 per episode price offered to customers in the United States.

There has been no indication yet as to when films will make their way onto the store. Needless to say, the downloads are compatible with iPod and AppleTV.

Source:
Pocket-Lint.co.uk

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3 user comments

129.8.2007 10:05

the fact that they are charging double the USA rate makes me sick.

it's enough to tempt one towards the sin of piracy.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 29 Aug 2007 @ 10:06

229.8.2007 17:02

I love how everybody flocked to them with the original 99 downloads. Now they are just overcharging on everything else. Looks like greed is going to take them down also.

39.9.2007 22:33

just$ another little improvement for apple.

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