Advertisement The Path to 10 Billion iTunes Downloads by Muhammad Saleem Feb 25, 2010 - 12:01 AM CST 17 Comments Tweet Share Post Related GigaOM Pro Research (sub. required): Advertisement Forget Syncing, Let’s Put Music in the Cloud How to Manage Access to Digital Content Muhammad Saleem is a social media consultant. Follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/msaleem. Advertisement Advertisement 17 Comments Buddy Scalera February 28th, 2010 Wow, great visual timeline. It was really interesting to see it laid out like that. It should be interesting to see how long it takes for Apple to hit another major milestone with other mediums like TV shows and (with the iPad) ebooks. Buddy Scalera – http://wordspicturesweb.com/?p=784 Brian February 26th, 2010 Bob, unless Im mistaken, iTunes songs are all DRM free and play with any modern music App. Bob February 25th, 2010 It would be great, if you did not need have to use install itunes + quicktime and the files would play an any mp3 player. Till then Ill stick with amazon MP3 or emusic, the music is cheaper on amazon anyway. Fill February 25th, 2010 I just got Comcast digital cable and get those streaming music channels that display trivia while you listen. The trivia on music distribution makes me laugh because it’s all about CDs and no mention of iTMS. anon February 25th, 2010 Theres a typo in the last graph “11,000,00” needs an extra 0 (or the commas rearranged) Venkatesh February 25th, 2010 Any idea what kind of profits they are making on iTunes and AppStore ? obamapacman February 25th, 2010 Apple sells media content near cost after store expenses. Rahul Agarwal February 25th, 2010 Apple Rocks :D Comments are closed.