MTV to sell programs on iTunes

Posted on Monday, Jul 03 2006 @ 01:45 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
MTV has its own download service but now it has decided to offer some of its content on iTunes:
Television offerings on Apple's iTunes got a lot more diverse Thursday with the addition of selected programs from MTV Networks' Spike TV, Logo, Nick at Night, TV Land and The N cable channels as well as the flagship MTV channel.

Fans can pay $1.99 to download shows ranging from the new action series "Blade: The Series" to the comedy prank show "Viva La Bam" to the gay-themed drama "Noah's Arc." ITunes is offering the two-hour premiere episode of Spike TV's "Blade: The Series" for free until July 11.
More info over here.

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