BBC Plans iTunes Competitor For TV Shows

The BBC is developing a radical scheme under which UK viewers would pay to download new and old BBC TV shows from a service it hopes will compete with iTunes. The U.K. broadcaster wants to make all its shows available as download-to-own (DTO) at prices including £1.89 ($3) per show, under a scheme called Project Barcelona.


Downloads Are No Measure For App Success

Stuart Dredge: “Download numbers are no guide to how much money is being made. They don’t tell you how many apps are being sold, and they can only give an indication of the potential an app has for making money from in-app purchases and/or advertising.”

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