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Thursday, March 02, 2006

Apple To Release Movie Store?

From Apple Insider: "A survey distributed this week through Coyote Insight, a Fullerton, Calif.-based market research firm, asked that participants answer a series of questions related to a potential "iTunes movie service" that would provide on-demand access to movies that could be downloaded to a computer or iPod." From the survey: "This iTunes service would provide access to 1,000 movies on demand which can be downloaded to your computer and, in turn, to your video iPod if you have one, or even your television if it is connected to your computer," The survey talks about an "all you can eat" service for around $9.99 a month or purchasing movies at #12.95 each.

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