Apple unveils $149 iPod nano
Company also cuts price on iPod shuffle, says it will sell Showtime television programs on iTunes.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) - Apple Computer unveiled a lower-priced iPod nano Tuesday and said it will sell shows from Showtime Networks on its iTunes Music Store.
The 1GB version of the iPod nano, which sells for $149, comes in black and white and holds up to 240 songs or 15,000 photos, the company said in a statement.
The 1GB iPod nano is the same size as the other iPod nano models, which are designed for ultra-portability.
Apple (Research) also announced new pricing for its iPod shuffle, with the 512MB model costing $69 and the 1GB model priced at $99.
In a separate statement, Apple said that it will sell television shows from Showtime Networks, including "Fat Actress" and "Weeds," on its iTunes Music Store.
Apple's iTunes has more than 50 TV shows available for viewing on a computer or iPod for $1.99 an episode, the company said.
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