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Assessing The Rental Marketplace For Episodic Television Online And Elsewhere
  • LOS ANGELES (AP)
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Apple Inc.'s iTunes store may have revolutionized the music business, but its recent push to let people rent TV shows for 99 cents won't amount to a game changer for how people watch TV.

The idea to offer episodes of hit shows for rental a day after their broadcast may be great for...

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