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iTunes & indie filmmakers

Scott Kirsner looks around to see if iTunes is accessible to indie filmmakers; to sell their work through the service. From Kirsner's post in CinemaTech:

"I’ve harped on this issue since 2005, the year that Apple first started selling movies and TV shows on iTunes. Since then, iTunes has become the dominant marketplace for legal movie sales and rentals; in June, Apple said iTunes users were renting or purchasing 50,000 movies a day. (Apple’s rivals, like Amazon Unbox, Movielink, and CinemaNow, have never disclosed how many movies they sell and rent – but my belief is that they’re bit players.)

So how do you get your movie sold on iTunes?"

Read the rest at CinemaTech.

- Sujewa


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