iPod Disney on iPod says AppleInsider

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Flying Llama

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"Steve Jobs has spoken with Disney President and soon-to-be CEO Bob Iger about ways to license various Disney content for a video iPod, according to an internal Disney email I have obtained," Sloan wrote. "That could include anything from clips from ESPN and ABC News to short cartoons."
This could be just the start of our long awaited iPod A/V... :eek:
I'm not too sure about Disney content though...

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A very similar article is in the local newspaper here-abouts (San Jose Mercury News).
 

Capt Underpants

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Meh I'm not really interested in a video iPod. I don't really see how it can be useful unless you're on a trip or something. For home use, you might as well just watch it on your TV.

Maybe my opinion will change when I see the device, though. Until then, though, I'm buying a 20 GB color iPod.
 

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it would be nice for college students who have extra time between class. People at who are on lunch break at work. I would love one to have at work. I do some long term testing, so this would be perfect to pass time.
Capt Underpants said:
Meh I'm not really interested in a video iPod. I don't really see how it can be useful unless you're on a trip or something. For home use, you might as well just watch it on your TV.

Maybe my opinion will change when I see the device, though. Until then, though, I'm buying a 20 GB color iPod.
 

ham_man

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Having some Disney licensed programs (ESPN and such) on an iPod would be cool, but the idea of a video iPod, Disney or not, is still pretty iffy to me...
 

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