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August 20, 2008

Kids get Jetix on iTunes


by David Allen

It has been a long time coming but eventually Apple had to get it right by offering their younger customers what they have been asking for, some decent up-to-date kids’ programmes.

With this in mind, the iTunes store will now be introducing Jetix and Looney Tunes in a major attempt to attract the younger iPod user.

Looney Tunes offers classic cartoon capers, including Bugs Bunny, The Road Runner, Wile E Coyote, and Daffy Duck, while, Jetix titles include Iron Man, Sonic X and The Incredible Hulk.

However, the prices are not going to be too healthy for the kids’ pocket money, with prices at around £1.90 per cartoon, although there are going to be some special offers.

These will be like the film of the week, priced 99p!

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