PRESS RELEASE April 5, 2000

Apple’s QuickTime 4 Downloads Top 32 Million and Ten New QTV Channels Premiere

Darwin 1.0 Available Open Source

INTERNET WORLD, LOS ANGELES—April 5, 2000—Reinforcing QuickTime’s widespread consumer and industry adoption, Apple® today announced that downloads of its QuickTime™ 4 software have topped 32 million and the QuickTime TV (QTV) network now features over 40 premium channels of music, video and news from leading content providers.
With Apple’s QuickTime 4 player, available as a free download from, Macintosh® and Windows users worldwide get free access to QTV, the Internet’s best entertainment network for web-based audio and video. Apple today added 10 new QTV channels, expanding thediversity of QTV’s programming with international content, major— and independent-label music, industry news, fitness, comedy and short films. The new QTV channels include: Beggar’s Banquet Records, Caroline’s Comedy Club, Cipher New Media, Global Music Network from the UK, HyperTunez from France, IFILM, Oddcast, Pitch TV, Sony Music and ZDTV.
Apple today also announced the release of Darwin 1.0, the advanced operating system core at the heart of Mac® OS X, Apple’s next generation operating system. The release of Darwin 1.0 Open Source means tens of thousands of registered Darwin developers can modify, customize and extend key Apple software, including the modern mach kernel and BSD layers found in Mac OS X. Darwin 1.0 is available for immediate download at Darwin Streaming Server, the open source version of Apple’s QuickTime Streaming Server software, which is used to stream high-quality audio and video over the Internet, will be available in May.
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