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[qi:_newteevee] Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced today that NBC shows will once again be available on iTunes, and HD versions of TV shows will be available for $2.99. But there were two things that, notably, he didn’t talk about: One, what, exactly, prompted the return of […]

[qi:_newteevee] Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced today that NBC shows will once again be available on iTunes, and HD versions of TV shows will be available for $2.99. But there were two things that, notably, he didn’t talk about: One, what, exactly, prompted the return of peacock programming, and two, whether or not there will ever be TV show rentals.

As Chris Albrecht notes, however, the HD TV shows looked pretty spectacular running on the demo Mac, And the new Nano, with the elongated screen for video, is pretty sweet as well. For the complete report, head over to NewTeeVee.

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