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iTunes adds C4 content

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 18 Mar 2008 17:29 User comments (3)

iTunes adds C4 content Channel 4 has announced they will be making content available through Apple's iTunes platform. The announcement comes just a month after the BBC made a similar decision.
The popular C4 shows "Shameless", "Skins", "Teachers", "Peep Show", "Spaced", and "Monarchy" will now all be available on iTunes. Each episode wil cost £1.89.

"Digital technology transforms our audiences’ ability to create, access and engage with our content, making it easier for us to identify the best new British creativity and bring it to a wider UK audience and catalyse a new generation of digital media production companies",
said Channel 4 chief executive Andy Duncan.

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3 user comments

118.3.2008 21:01

what i´d like to know s where are we gona see an itunes store in mexico its just crazy!

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218.3.2008 23:42

LOL, when I read the title I thought it meant the C4 explosive.
Well more content for iTunes is better for us... I think.

319.3.2008 10:25

Quote:
LOL, when I read the title I thought it meant the C4 explosive.
Well more content for iTunes is better for us... I think.

That's the same thing that went through my mind! lol. I've been playing too much army games and watching too much TV, heh.

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