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Now you can get more TV offerings from Apple iTunes - Mp4 Converter

Updated July 6,2006

LOS ANGELES -- Television offerings on Apple's iTunes just got a lot more diverse with the addition of selected programs from MTV Networks' Spike TV, Logo, Nick at Night, TV Land and The N cable channels as well as the flagship MTV channel.

Fans can pay $1.99 to download shows ranging from the new action series Blade: The Series to the comedy prank show Viva La Bam to the gay-themed drama Noah's Arc. ITunes is offering the two-hour premiere episode of Spike TV's Blade: The Series for free until July 11.

MTV Networks has already enjoyed success through the iTunes Music Store with episodes of its Comedy Central hit South Park, which has sold more than 1 million episodes.

"MTV Networks' programming has been a hit with customers since launching on iTunes earlier this year," said Eddy Cue, Apple's vice president of iTunes.

Other new selections include: Fatherhood, an animated series based on Bill Cosby's best-selling book of the same name; Viva La Bam, which documents the life of skateboarding pro Bam Margera; Disorderly Conduct, which features outrageous video footage from police precincts across the country; and Beyond the Break, a drama series about the competitive world of female surfing.

"Our brands create some of the most vibrant, entertaining and pop culture-defining programming today," Nicholas Lehman, executive vice president of MTV Networks Digital Media said in a statement. "We're excited to add more of our diverse programming to iTunes and to connect a broad digital audience with our bold entertainment content."

Cue says iTunes now offers more than 150 network and cable television shows for viewing on a computer or iPod.

To date, the online video store has sold more than 35 million videos.

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