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Briefly: Disney on Jobs, Fetch Art news

updated 12:45 am EDT, Wed September 20, 2006

iTunes sells $1m in movies

In Brief: Following news of over 125,000 Disney movie downloads--worth about $1 million--within the first week of its launch, Disney CEO Robert Iger said that Apple CEO and Disney Board member Steve Jobs has become a "sounding board" for Disney's rapidly expanding digital content delivery options and said that Disney stands to benefit from further content sales through its Apple partnership when the company releases its iTV project in the first quarter of 2007.... Sony has announced the HVR-V1U video camera, an entry-level pro model that records 1080p video at 24fps as well as offers audio controls, a shotgun microphone, and an optional 60GB hard drive for longer video shoots.... The developer of Fetch Art is seeking feedback on continued development of the application, following similar (but limited) functionality in the recently released iTunes 7 software; in addition, he is seeking donations to help fund the purchase of an Intel-based Mac for developing a Universal version of his software.

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