7 thoughts on “iDisney, Pixaires, and the iTunes Planet”

  1. What do other major content producers say when the largest shareholder of one of their largest competitors comes knoking on their door form more content for his ‘other’ company?

  2. Mmmh — are you sure the maker of iTunes will fight DRM? Or do you mean “replace Microsoft plans by its onw”?

    Regarding Jobs and the Disney competitors, they will be happy to go through interresting distribution deals, especially if he remains the only worthy alternative to piracy. Partnerships already exist when producing movies; I don’t think they will bother as much as they seemed to care about deciding the retail price.

  3. This would make SJ the largest shareholder, but not a majority shareholder in Disney. He would need over 50% for that.

  4. Perhaps, it could help Apple stop the Microsoft and its DRM plan, which for now Hollywood likes. And no mention of Google’s DRM 🙁 Agreed Google’s DRM is in pretty bad shape today but their engineers should beat the evil by the end of this year.

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