Franken could join iTunes podcast lineup

Apple has reportedly inked a pact with the Sundance Channel to offer their podcasts through iTunes. The deal, which was reported by AdAge.com, would bring Al Franken's Air America radio show, among other programs to Apple's forthcoming podcast effort.

Apple has said it will offer a version of iTunes shortly that offers . However, the company has not said which programs will be available.

Sundance carries a one-hour video version of Franken's radio show as part of its late night weekday lineup.

The AdAge.com report can be found here (free registration required).

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