In the wake of NBC's The Sound of Music success, these are a few of streamers' favorite things in the same genre.
James Franco is releasing it straight to VOD.
Or you can buy the DVDs!
If NBC is "introducing" us to Katharine McPhee, then consider this our "introducing" you to iTunes.
It'll compete with iTunes!
Apple and the Beatles make peace.
Giving a chunk away free may be the only way to convince people it's worth giving Tom Cruise another chance.
Apple recently filed a patent for a Ticketmaster-killer.
Apple is allegedly set to announce a music-streaming service allowing users to back up their libraries remotely and listen to them on any Internet-connected device.
$5.99 will get you six months worth of daily updates on your iPhone from everyone's favorite literary website.
ASCAP and BMI want royalty payments every time you listen to a 30-second sample in the iTunes Music Store.
iTunes 9.0, available later today, will allow "home sharing" at last.
For the incredible price of just $2.99, you can record your Auto-Tuned voice singing along to classic T-Pain jams like "I'm N Luv (Wit a Stripper)."
If anything has ever made us want to cancel our cable and buy all our TV shows from the Internet, it's this.
41 of the Top 100 songs were recorded by Jackson.
This week, iTunes is offering Cage's “'4'33''” as a free download.
Get ready to pay $1.29 for "hit singles and classic tracks."
If 'Get on Your Boots' had sound-tracked an iPod touch ad, would things be different now?
'Sesame Street' will finally, belatedly, and thankfully be available online.
Says Al: 'It's a parody of a song that very recently was (or perhaps still is) the number one song in the country.'
Sadly, we won't get to watch the spectacle of Steve Jobs following through on his threat to shut down iTunes.
The National Music Publishers' Association has requested a hike in royalty rates, and Apple has said that could force it to shut down iTunes.