Report: Europe gets iTunes TV and movie sales this spring

“Apple will launch movie and TV download services in Europe this spring, according to a Luxembourg statesman,” Jonny Evans reports for Macworld UK.

Evans reports, “Luxembourg’s economy minister Jeannot Krecke made the claim in local media yesterday: ‘Apple is going to extend its electronic retail activities in Luxembourg by launching this coming spring its iTunes video platform for the sale of videos in Europe,’ he said.”

Evans reports, “He claimed Apple to have been in discussion with local authorities in Luxembourg over setting the service up for ‘several months.’ The company will offer ‘full-length television show downloads,’ he said.”

Full article here.

Related article:
Apple debuts iTunes Music Store for UK, Germany, France; ‘rest of Europe’ coming this October – June 15, 2004

20 Comments

  1. In Canada it has nothing to do with our population. It is an organization we have called CANCON (Canadian Content) that controls our media. There is very little effort and cost involved for Apple to provide tv and movies to Canada. The infrastructure is already there. Our government will not allow it. Complain to CANCON.

  2. About fucking time. Finland will be left out. As usual.

    P.S. does anyone know. If you fly to San Francisco and you won’t be able to pay the flight back, will US Government pay your ticket while they deport you. Just asking (in case that shit hits the fan)…

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