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Topic # 12255 7-Mar-2007 16:37
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itunes tv shows new zealand baby>>

http://technologystuffblog.blogspot.com/

you have to have the latest version of itunes to see the new zealand button. itunes newest version was just released today. update your version.

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  Reply # 63091 7-Mar-2007 16:59
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TV shows aren't actually available here in NZ and won't be for a while.

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  Reply # 63095 7-Mar-2007 17:35
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Having mysky I don't think I'd ever pay to download a NZ show to my computer or iPod.





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  Reply # 63099 7-Mar-2007 17:55
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Who cares about iTunes offering downloadable TV shows in NZ some time in the future? TVNZ's download service offering thousands of tv shows for download next month is going to rock..  Too bad for the iPod users though who won't be able to use it since it's Windows Media based! :-)


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Reply # 63106 7-Mar-2007 18:32
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tvnz on demand (target launch March 1)

prepay play points system and only able to watch for 7 days :(

news announcement mentioned iPod, PSP and mobile phones, does anyone use a wmv drm handheld?

big step backwards with no flash player. how come nbc, abc, cbs can stream new episodes free?

http://tvnz.co.nz/view/page/411749/937324



Bring on iTunes.





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