Apple adds ESPN’s ‘Knight School,’ Showtime boxing to iTunes Store

“Just added to iTunes is ESPN’s latest reality series, Knight School, which follows several players trying out for one walk-on spot on legendary college basketball coach Bobby Knight’s Texas Tech Red Raiders. The show’s first two episodes are available for download right now,” Radical Bender reports for Tunevision. “Also added, as first noticed by alert reader Bill Huff, is the premiere episode of Bravo’s Top Chef, which is being made available as a free download. NBC Universal continues their efforts to use iTunes as a two-way marketing tool to promote their programming.”

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We also noticed that Apple has added the Showtime-produced Super Middleweight Championship boxing match “Lacy vs. Calzaghe” to the iTunes Store. Tunevision has more information about this latest addition where Radical Bender writes, “This really has been quite the red-letter week in iTunes television. Many barriers that I’ve felt have restricted some of the potential program offerings have been removed this week. We now have access to shows that run daily, actual sporting events and content available on DVD at the normal iTunes price. I look forward to what else is in store.

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Click here to launch iTunes to see the new additions to the iTunes Store.

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4 Comments

  1. Apple adds this itunes has that… why dont u just make a news site called MACDAILYNEWS and tell everyone about it!

    And while you are at it why not make a news site only for Ipod daily news so that these baboons can get their fill!

    moot

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