Warner Bros. exec Barry Meyer admits the obvious: their content won't show up on Apple TV's because the price wasn't right. WB scoffs at the new, cheaper rental plan—not the first time they've thrown their weight around online. [All Things D]
Kudos to WB. If you don't value your product, then why should the public? Gizmodo readers may say "if is not there I'll pirate it", but then why should they care about you in the first place? The music industry shot itself the foot by letting Apple say every song is a buck. The newspaper industry did even worse by giving it all away free. WB is just being smart.