ITunes Latino will include popular music, videos, TV shows, audiobooks, and podcasts.
Apple announced the launch of iTunes Latino, which will market Latino music through dedicated areas within U.S. iTunes stores.
The offering will include popular music, videos, hit television shows, audio books, and podcasts. iTunes Latino will feature leading Latino artists performing regional Mexican music, alternative rock, ballads, boleros, pop, raggaeton, and hip-hop.
By setting aside a separate section for Latino music at the iTunes Store, Apple is increasing its commitment to Latino music, which is already very popular on iTunes, the company says.
Customers will pay 99 cents to download songs and $1.99 to download television shows. Films will range from $1.99 for shorts to $14.99 for newly released feature films. Games will cost $4.99.
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