Apple CEO Steve Jobs to hold special iTunes Anniversary conference call on Wednesday

Apple has announced that it hold a special iTunes Anniversary conference call on Wednesday, April 28, 2004, 8:30 a.m. PDT/11:30 a.m. EDT. Apple CEO Steve Jobs will offer an update on the iTunes Music Store one year after its launch.

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42 Comments

  1. I’m guessing somewhere around 70million tracks sold. As of the last info release, they were selling an average of 2.5million per week. At this rate, next year will easily hit the 100million mark.

  2. Would be grrreat to hear 100 million downloads and ITMS Worldwide combined. An update for iTunes where you can cross fade songs burned to a CD would also be nice to hear.

  3. iSteveMusicStore, Worldwide…? And ho! By the way tell the world that you have a Bloatware-Music-player-Killer! ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”grin” style=”border:0;” />

  4. We’ll learn how well the Pepsi promotion did. I suspect tomorrow we’ll see some new iPods introduced prior to the non-webcast conference call. SJ will also answer questions about European stores (there will not be one but several – a store accessible from the Apple site in Germany, England and France). Each country has their own favorite artists and they in turn have different label affiliations, royalty deals, use taxes, etc.

  5. It’s funny� People are jumping on the Download Music bandwagon (so to speak). What they don’t realize is that if Apple DOES hit the 100 Million mark, they have ONLY MADE approximately $10 for their work. Probably less. Take away bandwidth prices and advertising costs and there is little to no profit what-so-ever.

  6. It’s funny� People are jumping on the Download Music bandwagon (so to speak). What they don’t realize is that if Apple DOES hit the 100 Million mark, they have ONLY MADE approximately $10 for their work. Probably less. Take away bandwidth prices and advertising costs and there is little to no profit what-so-ever.

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