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  2. iTunes Store - Wikipedia

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    In April 2008, the iTunes Store was the largest music vendor in the United States, and in February 2010, it was the largest music vendor in the world. The iTunes Store's revenues in the first quarter of 2011 totaled nearly US$1.4 billion. By May 28, 2014, the store had sold 35 billion songs worldwide.

  3. iTunes Connect - Wikipedia

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    iTunes Connect is an Apple service that producers can use to distribute music, podcasts, movies, and TV programmes to customers on the iTunes Store and ebooks to customers on the Apple Books Store. App Store Connect [ edit ]

  4. FairPlay - Wikipedia

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    FairPlay is a digital rights management (DRM) technology developed by Apple Inc. It is built into the MP4 multimedia file format as an encrypted AAC audio layer, and was used until April 2009 by the company to protect copyrighted works sold through iTunes Store, allowing only authorized devices to play the content.

  5. Cover Flow - Wikipedia

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    Cover Flow; Developer(s) originally Jonathan del Strother, Subsequently develop by Apple Inc.: Operating system: macOS (on iTunes only Mac OS X Tiger on iTunes 7 onwards) (full Cover Flow support Mac OS X Leopard-macOS High Sierra), Windows (), iOS (iPhone OS 1–iOS 8.3), iPod Nano 3rd Generation, iPod Nano 4th Generation, iPod Nano 5th Generation, iPod Classic 6th Generation

  6. One Direction discography - Wikipedia

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    Studio albums: 5: Video albums: 2: Music videos: 17: EPs: 10: Singles: 17: English-Irish boy band One Direction have released five studio albums, ten extended plays, seventeen singles (including two charity singles), two video albums, and seventeen music videos.

  7. Sheryl Crow discography - Wikipedia

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    The discography of Sheryl Crow, an American singer-songwriter, consists of 11 studio albums, four live albums, one live EP, six compilation albums, one box set, 45 singles, six promotional singles, 13 video albums, 57 music videos, 21 B-sides and 19 soundtrack contributions.

  8. iPod - Wikipedia

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    The iTunes Store (introduced April 29, 2003) is an online media store run by Apple and accessed through iTunes. The store became the market leader soon after its launch and Apple announced the sale of videos through the store on October 12, 2005. Full-length movies became available on September 12, 2006. At the time the store was introduced ...

  9. iPod advertising - Wikipedia

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    Many Record Labels despite their past issues with the iTunes Store are keen to get their artists featured to benefit from the promotion of new material. The commercials all but guaranteed an increase in record sales - the inclusion of Feist's song, "1234" helped the single skyrocket up the Billboard charts, reaching No. 8 on the Billboard Top 100.