Wednesday, October 31, 2007

NBC tries to stick it to the consumers once again.

As Katie Marsal from Apple Insider reported, NBC is taking a stand again iTunes.

It's not uncommon for greed to move mountains, and the bigger they get the greeder they become. As if profiting for free, selling TV episodes that people can already watch on their TVs, already having paid for their cable subscriptions, isn't enough. NBC wants more.

Paying $3 for each episode is ridiculous, unless they're willing to send you a giftwrapped HD-DVD season box set at the end of the season.

iTunes is a success because they have provided exactly what people want: content at a fair price.
If NBC wants a share of the pie, they have to do the same and treat their customers with respect... or they'll be doomed right from the very start.

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