BBC sells shows through iTunes

BBC Worldwide has struck a deal with iTunes to sell its programming through the popular online shop in the UK.

Titles will appear on iTunes after they've had their seven day run on the iPlayer, and cost the standard £1.89 per episode, though discounts will be available on full series. Programming from the BBC archives will also be available, though only ten series will be available initially and will include "Life on Mars" and "Little Britain." A spokesperson for the BBC confirmed that more series will be added in the coming weeks.

The BBC confirmed that a new revenue sharing deal had been agreed with the production companies which make the shows, but neither the BBC nor the companies

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