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Mix: Apple VP, Beverly Center, Hi-Fi window, AOL shows

Pascal Cagni, Apple VP for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, will speak at a London digital music conference on March 15.

The Beverly Center Apple retail store in Los Angeles, Calif. is giving away an iPod, iPod nano or iPod shuffle every night in March.

Apple retail stores have rolled out a new window display advertising the new iPod Hi-Fi. It simulates a broken window caused by the sound from the speaker system.

AOL plans to sell TV programming on its website by the middle of this year. The service will sell Time Warner-owned shows and those by other programmers and networks, the company said.

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The Apple Store in the Beverly Center is “The Dead Zone”.  More employees than customers every time I’ve been in there.

One night I heard the employees arguing over who was gonna be sent home early because it was another slow night for them.  The employees wanted to stay because all of their hours were being cut short by employees being sent home early on a regular basis.

The few customers that were in the store, were checking their email on the Macs—not many were buying anything.

I bought an iPod case and hit the road.

Having said that, the Apple store was still busier than the SonyStyle Store (also in the Beverly Center) when I popped my head in there.  Since the computers in the Sony Store don’t even go online, customers had absolutely no reason to be there.

Posted by Talking Madness on March 7, 2006 at 6:08 AM (CST)

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