Disney movies and iTunes has strong start

Disney is reporting that in just the first week of offering movies for sale on Apple’s iTunes store over 125,000 movies were sold. The expect revenues from this delivery channel to be in the $50 million range for the first year (nothing to sneeze at for sure). Right now Disney is the only studio to offer their movie wares on iTunes, but the success will likely drive other studios to join in. (Link, thanks Matt)

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2 thoughts on “Disney movies and iTunes has strong start

  1. bitacle.org

    Bitacle Blog Search Archive – Disney movies and iTunes has strong start

    […] Disney is reporting that in just the first week of offering movies for sale on Apple’s iTunes store. […]

  2. whit

    Now that I’ve gone Mac I receive little Apple tidbits. I thought the one pertaining to the release of Disney movies on iTunes was funny, since they list each Disney studio separately to make it sound like there are more than one on board:

    Apple today announced iTunes 7, delivering stunning new
    features such as the new album and Cover Flow views of
    music, TV shows and movies. In addition, the iTunes Store is
    now offering over 75 movies from Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar,
    Touchstone Pictures and Miramax Films, which customers can
    purchase and download to watch on their computers and
    iPods, and soon on their flat screen televisions with Appleā€™s
    upcoming iTV player.

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