Digital Music Group—a “content owner and global leader in the digital distribution of independently owned music and video catalogs”—has announced that Apple’s iTunes Store will begin selling content from its television, film, and video catalogs. Under the three-year agreement, Apple will pay fixed wholesale prices for each downloaded TV program, movie or other video. According to Digital Music Group, the company “acquires the digital rights to media catalogs and digitally encodes them into multiple formats for distribution to online music, mobile, and video stores. Our retailers include: the iTunes Store, Google Video, RealNetworks, Napster, Wal-Mart Music, Yahoo! Music, InfoSpace, Moderati, Zingy, 9Squared, and many others.”
LC Angell was a senior editor at iLounge. Angell is known for her work on various aspects of the Apple ecosystem, including iPhone, iPad, and iPod. In his role at iLounge, Angell was responsible for a wide range of editorial content, including reviews, buyer's guides, news, and features.