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Disney sells 1.3 million movies on iTunes Store

Disney CEO Bob Iger said yesterday that his company has now sold more than 1.3 million full-length movies on Apple’s iTunes Store. In an interview with the Financial Times, Iger said digital distribution was “creating more consumption of media” and dismissed fears that online movie sales would cannibalize DVD sales. “The message that we deliver to our traditional [retail] partners is that the pie is getting bigger,” Iger said. Disney began selling movies on iTunes in October.

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Hello Apple, when do we in the UK get something other than music videos to put on our ipods! It makes the launch of apple tv a bit of a waste as without any video downloads its only an expensive music file extender…

Posted by mvn on February 2, 2007 at 2:24 PM (CST)

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