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July 18, 2005

Apple May Start Offering Music Videos; Possibly Video iPod

WSJ: This will add more fuel to the Apple iTunes-iPod video speculation. We've been covering Apple's quiet moves into video, with its new iTunes 4.8 version (which allows video play).
Now WSJ says that Apple is having negotiations with music labels,  to license music videos to sell through iTunes store. And the negotiations are a possible prelude to video iPod, a widely expected gadget that Apple has told some entertainment-industry executives that it could announce by September.
The videos, which could also go on sale in September, would likely be sold for $1.99 each, with the possibility of a discount if consumers buy a music video and a song at the same time.
Apple has also approached some media companies with TV-production arms about licensing shows..
-- More on iTunes Podcast, Video Plans
-- iTunes Video And Media Management
-- iTunes and The Video Speculations

Posted by Rafat Ali in Apple, Music Videos | Permalink


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video iPod? Video iPod?

Why don't you guys give attention to video players that are already around like the ZVUE?

Come on people

Posted by: ZVUE | Aug 2, 2005 7:56:35 PM

Yes. Let's see more coverage about the entire market.

Posted by: video iPod | Aug 2, 2005 7:58:08 PM

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