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November 20, 2008

BBC to offer programming in France


by David Allen

The BBC were the first channel from the UK to put their content on iTunes, and now it seems that the trend has been followed by the BBC’s commercial division BBC Worldwide, as they are to become the first UK broadcaster to offer content on the iTunes site in France.

BBC Worldwide will be offering some of the most popular programmes made by the BBC to be bought and downloaded from the French iTunes website.

These programmes will include Extras, The Lost World, Torchwood, Pride and Prejudice, Wild Galapagos and South America.

In some cases, the entire series will be made available and there will be a choice of either French or the original English versions to choose from.

Prices will start at 1.99 Euros to download one episode.

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