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Newsday: iPod, iTunes Put Apple At Core of Music Industry

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By Dennis Lloyd

Publisher, iLounge
Published: Tuesday, June 17, 2003
News Categories: Apple

Stephen Williams writes about iPod and iTunes in his latest column for Newsday.

“But Jobs, Apple’s silky- smooth chief executive, thinks he’s got the “complete solution” for the record industry’s woes, even as he insists that Apple is neither a media company nor a music company. (“We’re just Apple,” he recently told an interviewer from Esquire, apparently with a straight face). If Apple’s new iTunes Music Store, combined with the appeal of the iPod, isn’t the Great White-and-Chrome Hope of the labels, it’s the closest, best thing they’ve got.”

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