Report: Apple discussing pricing of downloaded shows with TV nets

02/11/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Apple, according to this report, is holding discussions with various television networks about how much the company could charge to offer their shows on its iTunes online storefront. Unnamed sources cited in this article say that Apple is looking to create a pricing model of 99 cents per TV show and that the company would like to have that system in place by the time it launches its iPad tablet PC later next month. Apple did not provide comment on the report.

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