You can get your iPod screen fixed at your local Apple store since they are well versed in the area and have it is easy to get the original parts for your particular device. You can also consider taking it to third party repairs like iFixIt and iResQ but this will void your Apple warranty.
You can take it to a nearby apple store or a best buy. But if you wanna send it to a website to do it for you and send it back use Smartphone Medic (www.smartphonemedic.com) Didi Express (www.digiexpress.com). Those 2 websites i used when i broke my iPod 4th gen 2 times.
I apologize for not having any of the information, but when my Dad broke his iPod he bought a replacement screen and was able to install it himself with online tutorials. I imagine if you google something like "how do I fix my iPod screen?" or something similar it might lead you down the right trail. If you are still under warranty, you should think twice about doing it yourself.
1 year ago
Last edited at 11:43AM on 5/9/2012
I will just say this, whatever you do, don't send it to Apple, they told me that they would fix it for 100$, they said they would get it back to me in a week, one month and half later they finally got it back to me, and what happened, the screen was still cracked and there was a note on it that said, Sorry we couldn't fix your I pod because it failed a WATER VAPOR TEST. All in the end it comes down to business. Once you take it out of the package it is exposed to water vapor. And if they fix it and further Complications from water vapor damage happen there scared that I will blame it one them,so .....They just want you to buy a new I pod.