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Macworld UK: iTunes ‘will become Net-songs king’

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By Dennis Lloyd

Publisher, iLounge
Published: Friday, July 18, 2003
News Categories: iTunes

“Apple’s iTunes Music Store could capture 20 per cent of the US paid-music download market, claims Needham’s analyst Charles Wolf in a report this week.

Wolf believes Apple could generate annual revenues of $600 million through its store, and that this figure could increase. He describes the Store as ‘providing an arguably superior customer experience.’”

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