ZOO Digital to deliver direct to iTunes

ZOO Digital to deliver direct to iTunes

ZOO Digital to deliver direct to iTunes

Apple has approved ZOO Digital to deliver motion picture and television content directly to iTunes.

ZOO, a global content distribution specialist based in the US and the UK, has achieved this approved status in recognition of its continuing ability to deliver consistently high quality content to the iTunes Store.

“ZOO is delighted to have gained Apple approval for the consistent quality of our iTunes deliveries,” comments ZOO Digital President, Gordon Doran. “As an Apple approved delivery partner, we are now in a position to further increase the efficiency with which we can deliver content to iTunes, and support our clients in distributing content for sale without delay.”

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