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Movie trailers in the iTunes Store

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Q: In the new iTunes Store, I’m not able to find what was my favorite feature prior to iTunes 7: free iPod-compatible movie trailers. What happened? All I see now is full, paid movies.

- Sarah

A: They’re still there, and the functionality has actually improved. To get there, however, you can’t link directly from the homepage of the iTunes Store. Rather, first navigate to the Movies section of the store, and observe the “More In Movies” box in the bottom left of the window. Click Theatrical Trailers to get to the trailer library.

Alternatively, of course, you can view Apple’s trailers in your web browser via their QuickTime Movie Trailers webpage, but the iPod integration offered by the iTunes Store is really handy.

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