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Disney sells 4 million iTunes video downloads

Disney CEO Bob Iger said Disney-owned television content has surpassed 4 million downloads on the iTunes Music Store since videos were added in October 2005. Disney content includes shows from ABC, the Disney Channel and ESPN/ABC Sports. “Technology has transformed authority from the distributor and creator to the consumer. Today’s consumer is more tech-savvy and governs how and when and at what price content is sent to them,” Iger said at his keynote speech Monday at the TelecomNext show in Las Vegas.

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1

” Today’s consumer is more tech-savvy and governs how and when and at what price content is sent to them,?

Oooh! Well, I’d like all of the Disney Classics in 720p H264 quicktime format for around £7.99 a pop if that’s ok Mr.Iger! wink

Seriously though, good going. Now how about rolling some of that non-Pixar content out to the non US iTMS’ ?

Posted by Brenster on March 22, 2006 at 10:52 AM (PDT)

2

Take out ‘Lost’ and Disney/ABC probably hasn’t sold more than a dozen video downloads.

Posted by Talking Madness in Los Angeles on March 22, 2006 at 12:59 PM (PDT)

3

I just want them to put House Of Mouse, Filmore, and the Goofy Movie on I-Tunes. I’d buy those. Hope their listening. Lost isn’t so great - Long live cartoons!

Posted by Hatman on March 22, 2006 at 1:22 PM (PDT)

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Hatman-

‘Lost’ was great, but has gone down hill.  Nevertheless, it’s consistently the best selling video at iTMS.

Posted by Talking Madness in Los Angeles on March 23, 2006 at 1:00 PM (PDT)

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