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Weak iTunes Sales a Blow to Record Labels

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Weak iTunes Sales a Blow to Record Labels

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Weak iTunes Sales a Blow to Record Labels

Weak iTunes Sales a Blow to Record Labels

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The average Apple iPod contains only about 20 songs downloaded from Apple's music service, iTunes, according to a study by Forrester Research. That's bad news for record companies. Researcher Josh Bernoff discusses the findings with Madeleine Brand.

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