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Saturday, March 11, 2006

Apple Announces "Multi-Pass" System In iTunes

Along with adding the Daily Show to the selection of TV shows in iTunes, Apple also releases a new system for purchasing TV shows. You pay $9.99 and get 16 episodes as they are released. This is a major discount from the previous $1.99 per episode. The Multi-Pass system is currently only available in the US Store and on select shows. I hope that they will apply this method to Lost and The Office. I would definitely pay that.

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