Apple and Fox Movie Rental Deal

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Apple and Fox Movie Rental Deal

 

Apple and Twentieth Century Fox are reportedly set to announce a deal that will allow iTunes users to rent videos.

 

Diligent Mac users have found references to an iTunes rental service within iTunes for a while. The only roadblock to the service seemed to be Apple securing a movie studio deal.

 

Details are thin on how the service will work. If an updated Apple TV is introduced at the Mac Expo, it is expected that users will be able to rent videos from the device.

 

In related news, Fox is planing on releasing DVDs with iPod compatible videos on them.

 

Expect Steve Jobs to outline the service at his keynote address on January 15th.

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Anonymous

perhaps they don't control the "adds." maybe they are decided by the isp or something?

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Ty Woznek

Why on Earth am I seeing all of these SONY adds on a MAC magazine? Seriously, once in a while is understandable, but all the time now? Please! I can't read the site because all I see is VIO adds! Is the magazine just as bad?

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Crtaylor

Seriously, why are you showing ads for a windows computer on your website? It's totally idiotic to do this, especially all the time and for a crappy OS like VISTA! If you guys are supposed to be Mac enthusiasts, aren't you supposed to be in the court of Steve Jobs and not Bill Gates? I have nothing against the magazine at all; just the fact that you are paying the bills with the VAIO.

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Anonymous

What better place for Sony to put add-vertising! A place where no one cares and the money is wasted! Rejoice people. A PC-makin' company is helping to fund US! That's bloody poetry if ya ask me!!!

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Anonymous

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And remember, it's ADS not ADDS. The word "ad" is short for "advertisement." the word "add" is a function of mathematics.

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