Macworld is reporting that Adobe is planning to bring its digital video editing program (and Final Cut Pro competitor) Premiere back to the Mac in mid-2007. Adobe dropped Premiere for the Mac back in 2003, but is citing Apple's shift to Intel as making possible a completely new Mac version which, like Soundbooth, will be Intel only. They will apparently be demonstrating the program at Macworld next week.
This is surely good news for dual OS shops and Final Cut Pro users, as a little competition is always a good thing. It's also heartening to see Adobe strengthening it Mac offerings after cutting back over the last few years.