“If Bob Iger’s appearance at Apple Inc.’s splashy unveiling of the iPad tablet computer two weeks ago didn’t clue you in, on Tuesday he made his affinity for the new device clear,” The Associated Press reports.
“The chief executive of The Walt Disney Co. said Tuesday the iPad was a ‘game changer’ that could transform how media companies deliver content to consumers,” AP reports. “He ad-libbed on several products that Disney would potentially develop for the iPad: a souped-up version of the ESPN ScoreCenter iPhone application, an interactive children’s book format, and applications for watching ABC News and the drama ‘Lost.'”
Eiger said, “‘We find that the iPad has a lot of potential. We think it’s a really compelling device. We think it could be a game changer in terms of enabling us to create essentially new forms of content.'”
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