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Apple unveils more video on the UK iTunes Store

Nik Fletcher

Rejoice UK readers -- there's more overpriced easily accessible video programming available on our delectable iTunes Store: Wallace and Gromit (which I'll confess to buying right now - a poor show of form, given my loathing of iTunes' DRM love-in) and a whole plethora of Warner Bros content consisting of:

  • Friends
  • Wonder Woman
  • V: The Complete Series
  • Babylon 5
  • West Wing
  • The Jetsons
  • The Flintstones
  • Martin
Costing you a mere £1.89 (that's US$3.60 -- yes, more than our American brethren pay) per episode, if you're dying for something else to watch on your iPod or iPhone then you can finally grab some more video content from iTunes. As ever, movies continue to be missing in action, but there's hope given that Steve Jobs would 'love' to get iTunes rental worldwide during 2008.

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