Ars Technica reports that Apple may begin, quietly adding TV content to the iTunes Store Canada. There won't be a heckuva a lot on offer, but I suspect our friends in the Great White North won't begrudge the gesture.
The company plans to begin adding shows quietly to the store as early as tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon or evening, with an official launch expected for Wednesday ... Of course, with all things iTunes (and Apple), these exact days can easily get pushed, but the shows are expected to make their debut at most within the next couple of weeks.
Content expected soon will include programs from CBC, CTV and "a handful of shows" from South of the border. And, of course, there will also be some NHL games.
All of this comes without attribution other than "sources" and Ars good name...
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