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Schedules Direct Lowers Listing Prices

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Published on 13 September 2007 05:15 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia
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It was just thirteen days ago that Zap2It Labs had dropped their free XML listing service used by MythTV and other open-source media programs, but Schedules Direct has already reached its second milestone. Schedules Direct is the paid service established by the demise of Zap2It Labs and with this second milestone the pricing has been lowered. Using Schedules Direct will cost $15 USD per six month period, as opposed to three months previously. The next planned milestone by Schedules Direct is to offer their XML listing service for $20 USD per year. Find out more about these lower prices and extended membership on the Schedules Direct mailing list.

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