Apple has announced that the iTunes Store has sold 200-million TV episodes. Further, Cupertino's industry-leading online media store now stocks content all four major US networks with 70 primetime comedies and dramas available.
“We’ve got an incredible Fall 2008 TV lineup with over 70 primetime comedies and dramas, including many of the most popular shows on TV in stunning HD,” said the man called Cue, vice president, internet services. “With over 200-million episodes sold, iTunes customers have proven they love watching television on their computer, iPod, iPhone and TV with Apple TV.”
The iTunes Store catalogs of over eight million songs, over 30,000 TV episodes and over 2,500 films, including 600 in high definition video.
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