“Steve Jobs had his fair share of doubters when he announced that Apple was getting into the movie downloads business. Many thought that Apple would struggle to get the interest of any studios other than Disney. However, once again Jobs is making his detractors eat dirt,” Stan Beer writes for iTWire.
Beer writes, “First there was just Disney, then came Paramount, after which Lionsgate jumped on board. Now the Apple iTunes online store, with its relatively miniscule stock of about 500 movies, is set to get a boost of possibly thousands more from the vast repository of its latest supplier MGM.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “—” for the heads up.]
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