"Saturday Night Live" fans looking to watch classic skits from the TV show may not have to depend on reruns and DVD compilations for long.
Apple was prepared to announce Tuesday that it would sell a limited number of archived skits from the late-night variety show through its iTunes Music Store for $1.99 each, for viewing on video iPods or personal computers.
The offering is the latest expansion of Apple's iTunes video library, which includes content from the U.S. television networks including NBC and ABC.(THE NEW YORK TIMES)
Apple to Sell Sitcom Hits in iTunes Video Store
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