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MTV show appears on iTunes Music Store

The first television show from MTV has been quietly added to the iTunes Music Store, despite no announcement coming from Apple or the popular music network. The first season of MTV’s real life teen soap opera “Laguna Beach” can now be found on iTunes for $1.99 per episode.

While the show’s page on the store currently does not load and direct links result in error messages, users are able find the show by searching and can watch previews and purchase and download the episodes. There has been no indication from Apple about a deal with MTV beyond its vague statement last week that there is more downloadable content on the way for video iPods.

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Comments

1

umm, i’ve searched everywhere. did they take it off? anyone with a direct link?

Posted by j06 on January 25, 2006 at 7:11 PM (PDT)

2

Now Apple can finally pander to all the little kiddies who use the iPod as a fashion accessory…...nice.

Posted by Huskerz85 on January 25, 2006 at 7:12 PM (PDT)

3

Do a search on Laguna, then click on search bar on VIDEO (CTRL+SHFT+B to make the search bar appear), et voila….

Posted by JCL01 on January 25, 2006 at 7:29 PM (PDT)

4

MTV? Why ruin your iPod. Sheesh.

Posted by Obadiah on January 25, 2006 at 7:33 PM (PDT)

5

That’s strange; didn’t MTV just sign a contract with Microsoft for a new music downloading program? Urge or something?

Posted by cellardoor309 on January 25, 2006 at 8:08 PM (PDT)

6

MTV has better shows than stupid LB…and i dont see it anywhere!!??

Posted by Jesse on January 25, 2006 at 9:42 PM (PDT)

7

The show is there. They just haven’t finished uploading it yet. Another soft launch TV show I just found is a few eps from the first season of The A-Team. No pilot yet. Do a search under A-Team.

Posted by abart2501 on January 25, 2006 at 10:12 PM (PDT)

8

Oh boy, I love to see rich white kids be naughty and complain about stuff.

Posted by Wash Jones on January 25, 2006 at 10:46 PM (PDT)

9

there is a hole bunch of mtv shows on there punk’d bevis and butt head and more plus comedy central shows as well

Posted by BIGP in Texas on January 26, 2006 at 5:48 AM (PDT)

10

I’m sorry, but I hate that show. MTV has turned into a products for teeny boppers! Anyone who watches rich white kids complain about their lives needs to WAKE UP TO REALITY. It is us working class heroes who struggle every day just to get by day to day. MTV needs to go back to its roots and stick with playing music videos. I know we have MTV 2 to do that, but all they play is rap/hip-hop, pop, and r&b crap, which comes to show you that MTV tries to hard to appeal a particular audience. Where are all the older music videos like Nirvana’s “Smell Like Teen Spirit”, Michael Jackson’s epic “Thriller”, or Twisted Sister"s “I Wanna Rock”? It is important musical acts that defined originality that should be forever remembered. Yea, I don’t see my lame 13 year old cousin listening to Led Zeppelin, Queen, or David Bowie. It’s MTV that has turned these kids into liking crappy music like D4l’s “Laffy Taffy”. Crap man, MTV needs to stop polluting the youth of America with pointless shows and crappy music that only stays popular for a few weeks. We need originality!!

Posted by Andrew B. on January 26, 2006 at 3:41 PM (PDT)

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