Number of tracks, TV episodes, and films offered by iTunes

Stat: Eight million DRMfree licensed music tracks, as well as 20,000 TV episodes and more than 2,000 films.

Stat Categories: Music Industry Stats

Tags: Apple Apple,retailer Apple,retailer,US Apple,retailer,US,DRM free

Years: 2008

Stat Source: NPD?s MusicWatch Survey

Publisher (site that mentioned this stat): IFPI Digital Music Report 2009

Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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