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Path TV Episode 17: Apple TV

Ruben Quinones September 17, 2010 Category Digital Marketing

What is Apple TV?

Join guest Ramon B Nuez Jr. as we discuss what Apple TV, and its features and benefits.  Apple TV actually has been around for about four years, but so far has not been as big of a splash as Apple’s other products.

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Duration of Video:  3 min 06 sec.                           

 Ruben Quinones: Welcome to another episode on Path TV. I am your host Ruben Quinones and I have got here Ramon B Neuz Jr you have seen him before and we are going to talk about Apple TV. What is Apple TV?

Ramon B Neuz Jr: So Apple TV is a product designed by Apple and it’s the platform where you can see all the videos from your I tunes network. So when your I tune download it will go in to Apple TV. So straight rule if you want to actually download movies right into two Apple TV in to —– exact same thing. I love my Apple TV I told you the thing I do not like about Apple TV that it is a very closed system so again it’s a way to garden. It only allows you to access through VOIP and Apple gives you access through him.

Ruben Quinones: So it is —- box so you can attach to any TV out there.

Ramon B Neuz Jr:  Any TV out there. In my house we do not have a set up box from ——— which does have Apple TV connecting my TV and we can watch any videos that we purchase from I tunes network.

Ruben Quinones:  Right, wow pretty good.

Ramon B Neuz Jr: So you know you can——————–. You can go to you tube and watch certain videos you know how they access to entire library.

Ruben Quinones:  You can tell me that it is good one.

Ramon B Neuz Jr: Yeah I know it won’t work with Apple TV the canal is straight and can can do. He wants the canal to go to I tunes.

Ruben Quinones:   He means Steve jobs.

Ramon B Neuz Jr:   Steve jobs August Steve he wants to refer to I tunes and purchase movies and Videos and songs from I tunes because this is what is marketing

Ruben Quinones:   And that’s how August Steve is so much and we have been though for with us for last five years he deals with music.

Ramon B Neuz Jr: He kind of controls your spirits and that part of Apple controlling the music express and they want to give the best prospects expense. At the same time by doing that ——— your ability to have a good time. To go online, to search, to surf here and there to go to other video sources. I would love to go to Google from Apple TV to watch movies from there but unfortunately can’t.

Ruben Quinones:   Right ok we will talk about Google TV in upcoming episodes that’s Ramon if you want to find out more about Ramon he also can write a post, as a ———.

Ramon B Neuz Jr: Twitter Ramon B Neuz Jr find me there.

Ruben Quinones:   I will put it right now here have a Good Morning, Good Afternoon, Good Evening whenever you are watching this.

Ramon B Neuz Jr:  Have a great day guys thank you.

Ruben Quinones:   And we have a new sponsorer I am just kidding. We will take a new sponsorer. I will see you next time take care.

Ramon is a contributing writer to the Huffington Post, creator and editor of dadsontech, and co creator of New Media brief.

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