More Sony/Apple iTunes moves – DRM-free coming?

More signs of a developing relationship between Sony and Apple this morning.

Sony Pictures Television has reached another interesting deal with iTunes, offering its all-new legal drama, ‘Canterbury’s Law’ for purchase through the UK arm of the service.

It’s not the first television series the company has introduced into the UK market in this way – both Damages and Rescue Me (the first episode of the latter was made available free) also reached these shores through iTunes.

These continued overtures between Apple and Sony come as the latter’s musical arm, Sony BMG, is said to be preparing to offer its music through the EMI-praised iTunes Plus service in the UK, as first noted by 9to5Mac.

Last week, Sony’s film group, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment , signed-up to offer an iTunes Digital Copy of the film, ‘Pineapple Express’ on the DVD or Blu-ray versions of the movie.

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