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iTunes to Sell Subscriptions

dailyshow_oriley.jpgApple just keeps building that empire. TechLiving.com says that not only has the company announced that "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report" have been added to the iTunes lineup, but they are offering both shows in a monthly subscription package called Multi-Pass.

Oh my gosh -- could you imagine how annoying it would get to download "The Daily Show" every morning? With Multi-Pass, you still have the option to pay $1.99 per episode or you can go for 16 episodes for a $9.99 fee. That monthly bill will allow you to download each of the four episodes available per week. Each one will be available after it has broadcast on Comedy Central.

Scoff at the pricing structure if you must, but you surely don't know what you are missing. Someone's watching: about eight million videos have been bought since the service launched late last year.


Posted by Rachel Cericola on March 9, 2006 8:38 AM
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