Apple looks to have taken the iTunes Store into the realm of independent video downloads, according to Variety. The snowboarding action movie That began selling through iTunes on Tuesday, the trade publication reported, as well as content from action sports video distributor Studio411. These two moves mark the first time the iPod maker has “sold video content that didn’t come from an established network, studio or distributor.” Apple would not comment to Variety on any future video distribution plans in this vein they might be planning.
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