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Fox studio head hints deal for early rentals on Apple's iTunes still 6-12 months out

A deal between movie studios and companies like Apple and Comcast to provide early-access movie rentals should be complete within the next 6 to 12 months, the studio head of 20th Century Fox said at a Los Angeles media conference.
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