February 17th, 2009 - Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Wyoming based Teton Gravity Research is proud to announce the addition of two new snow titles to its iTunes Studio. TGR's latest award winning films Under the Influence and the acclaimed Lost and Found became avaialble for digital download via iTunes February 16th for $5.99 per title. "Digital distribution is the wave of the future. TGR has been heavily involved in the web since we started the company in 1996. We always new a day would come when distribution would take place in forms other than DVD's and the almost extinct VHS tapes." says TGR co-founder Todd Jones.
The iTunes Store is the world's most popular online music, TV and movie store with a catalog of over 10 million songs, over 40,000 TV episodes and over 4,000 films. With Apple's ease of use, pioneering features such as iTunes Movie Rentals, integrated podcasting support, and seamless integration with iPod and iPhone, the iTunes Store is the best way for Mac and PC users to legally discover, purchase and video online.
"We chose iTunes as the first true digital distribution partner because of there proven track record in the space. We are evaluating other digital platforms for future releases as well, but for now we are putting our efforts into our iTunes Studio." says Chris Dunn, TGR's Director of New Media.
Under the Influence recently swept the Powder Magazine Video awards bringing home Rider of the Year, Best natural Air, Full Throttle Award, Best Line, and Best POV.
Teton Gravity Research is one of the fastest growing brands in the action sports industry. Founded in 1996, TGR has produced 18 award winning feature length films, numerous television series for Showtime, NBC, and Fox Sports, and is known for its cutting edge media and lifestyles clothing line. TGR films showcase the worlds top snowboard, ski and surf athletes including Jeremy Jones, Ian Walsh, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, and Seth Morrison. TGR is a proud member of 1 Percent for the Planet and strongly believes in protecting the environment in which the team works and plays in. TetonGravity.com has become one of the leading online destinations and communities in the action sports industry.
For more information contact:
Steve Jones: email@example.com, phone 307-734-8192 ext.13
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