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iTunes sold 3 million videos

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 07 Dec 2005 8:53 User comments (1)

iTunes sold 3 million videos Apple's iTunes download service has sold over 3 million videos now, the company has confirmed. iTunes first started offering TV show downloads (and music videos and short animations) in October when it unveiled the video iPod. The first TV content to be added were ABC shows including Desperate Housewives and Lost. Yesterday, another 11 shows were added from NBC Universal, bringing the total to 15 shows, making up more than 300 episodes available.
"Customers have purchased and downloaded more than three million videos since their debut on October 12, making the iTunes Music Store the world's most popular video download store," the company has said. iTunes offers the TV content for $1.99. You can watch it using the iTunes software or on a video iPod, but that is it for now.

NBC's Law & Order, The Office, Surface, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, the USA Network's Emmy Award-winning Monk and Sci-Fi Channel's Battlestar Galactica as well as classic TV shows including Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Dragnet, Adam-12 and Knight Rider were the shows added from NBC yesterday.


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19.12.2005 7:11

Hi, what about the simplest video recorder on the web? In germany you can record all your tv shows online with this webbased pvr. They support UK-Statstions as well and maybe sometimes US-Stations. Have fun

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