New Apple Media Content Distribution System?

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  1. nashstradamus

    nashstradamus New Member

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    from www.macrumors.com

    Think Secret claims that Apple is set to unveil a new media content delivery system, which will include feature-length content, expanded televisions offerings, and more.

    According to their source, the new system will rely on .Mac's iDisk for storage, keeping media files from ever being held locally on the purchaser's hard drive, utilizing the rumored Front Row 2.0.

    In addition, Think Secret claims that Apple is poised to offer a number of new partnerships with various content providers, possibly including NBC, CBS and Paramount Pictures. Fox Filmed Entertainment has already gone on record as saying they were "open to" a deal with iTunes.


    This would be cool! I want Apple to take over the DVR market as well as the personal video and mp3. They are making the right move expanding into more media, at least I think so.
     
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    I hope frontrow 2 is awesome. I've been playing around wiht Windows Media Edition and it sucks pretty hard.

    I know Apple can make a media center that blows MS out of the water :x:
     
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    apple needs to add dvr capability to frontrow
     

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