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NBC Specials For Sale On iTunes

nbcitunesmay25.jpgBeginning today, NBC News is “offering a collection of video news and documentary programming for purchase and download from the iTunes Music Store,” the network has announced.

“Customers now have the ability to download a wide selection of current and historical news and documentary programming from NBC News, MSNBC and CNBC,” Eddy Cue, Apple’s vice president of iTunes says.

Some of the content is historical: “NBC News Time Capsule” includes John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon “in his own words,” produced specifically for iTunes. Some “NBC News Specials” and “Tom Brokaw Reports” are also for sale. The selection also includes “crime & punishment” episodes of Dateline NBC, some “Lockup” and “Caught on Tape” specials from MSNBC, and a few editions of CNBC’s Mad Money.

Click continued for the list of NBC News titles currently available on iTunes…


“Following is a complete list of NBC News titles currently available on iTunes:”

NBC NEWS SPECIALS
Secrets to the Code – a look at the controversy surrounding The DaVinci Code
In His Own Words: Brian Williams on Hurricane Katrina
Ronald Reagan: The Great Communicator
America’s Astronauts: From Mercury to Apollo to Today
Outbreak: Could It Happen Here?
On Borrowed Time: The Great American Earthquake

NBC NEWS TIME CAPSULE
John F. Kennedy: In His Own Words (new program, with Brian Williams)
Richard M. Nixon: In His Own Words (new program, with Brian Williams)
Jacqueline Kennedy: The White House Tour — one of the most-watched programs in television history, from February 1962.
Martin Luther King Jr.: Look Here — a rare and in-depth interview from 1957.
U2: The Rona Elliott Interview — an extended 1987 conversation with the entire band, seen here in its entirety for the first time. And as a bonus feature, Tom Snyder’s interview with U2′s Bono and The Edge in 1981 – their first appearance on American television.

TOM BROKAW REPORTS
The Greatest Generation
D-Day: A Leap into History
The Greatest Generation Speaks
The Long War — a look at the global war on terror
Inside the Real West Wing
Sudden Impact: Drunk Driving

MEET THE PRESIDENTS
(complete episodes of Meet the Press, with introductions by Tim Russert)
John F. Kennedy: January 3, 1960
Lyndon Johnson: October 9, 1960
Richard Nixon: April 10, 1988
Gerald Ford: November 9, 1975
Jimmy Carter: January 20, 1980
Ronald Reagan: January 9, 1966

DATELINE NBC: CRIME & PUNISHMENT
Vegas Homicide: Death in the Desert
Vegas Homicide: A Killer’s Confession
Inside Evil: Jeffrey Dahmer
Inside Evil: Son of Sam

MSNBC: CAUGHT ON TAPE
Tattoos: Skin Deep
Cops Caught on Tape
Extreme Fighting

MSNBC: LOCKUP
Inside San Quentin
Return to Rikers
Inside Riverbend

CNBC SPECIALS
The Age of Wal-Mart
Mad Money: Know Thyself
Mad Money: Making Moves
Mad Money: Road Rules

Downloads are accessed at the iTunes Music Store at iTunes.com.
More information is available at downloads.msnbc.com

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