Wednesday November 1, 2006 6:46 pm
Apple iTunes Launches Latin Section
Arriba! Apple’s iTunes Store has been offering Latin music as a genre, but costumers have been asking for more. Today Apple has granted their request by launching a Latino section with a mix of regional Mexicano, pop, and baladas y boleros. Apple has made this arrangement with NBC Universal’s Telemundo, and will also provide Spanish-language and bilingual TV as well as podcasts. Telemundo programs such as “Pasion de Gavilanes,“El Cuerpo del Deseo,” and “mun2: The Immigration Special” are now available for download at $1.99 each. More will become available on iTunes in months to come. Apple es muy bueno, no?
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