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A survey conducted this week by a Caifornia firm gauges interest in a potential iTunes movie download service, according to AppleInsider. Fr…

A survey conducted this week by a Caifornia firm gauges interest in a potential iTunes movie download service, according to AppleInsider. From the survey: “This iTunes service would provide access to 1,000 movies on demand which can be downloaded to your computer and, in turn, to your video iPod if you have one, or even your television if it is connected to your computer.” Further language describes a commercial-free, all you can eat, no time or viewing limit broadfband service. One option would allow DVD burns.

It wouldn’t be surprising but it also could be another company using iPod language to determine interest in a service. On the other hands, that kind of iMovies could be the kind of pop Apple will need sometime this year.

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