Janet Jackson has been a powerful force in the music industry for over three decades, and she’s not letting up anytime soon. To tell her story within her own terms, the global pop star brought the world into her iconic eras and personal life in her executive-produced documentary that aired on Lifetime and A&E. According to Variety, her documentary reached 15.7 million viewers. In addition, much love and support were shown for Jackson’s discography after it aired. The music veteran’s albums have taken over iTunes Top 10 Pop sales chart including No. 1 with “Control,” That Grape Juice reports. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Janet Jackson (@janetjackson)
Feb 2, 2022
The end of iTunes could be near as rumors that Apple is getting rid of the popular music platform continue to loom. Bloomberg recently reported that the tech giant will announce its plans to nix the 16 year- old music platform at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Now things are looking like a bad break up as the iTunes Facebook and Instagram pages have had all of their content and images removed. All posts, images and videos have been migrated over to the Apple TV’s Facebook and Instagram pages, according to Mac Rumors. If Apple does decide to completely get rid of iTunes, it highlights a shift in focus to Apple TV Plus, the company’s upcoming video streaming service. Earlier this year, Apple announced a multi-year deal with Oprah Winfrey to create a lineup of original content. Prince Harry will also join Oprah and the company in creating a docuseries on mental health , as part of his previous work in the royal family’s Heads Together campaign. Apple is also set to...
Jun 3, 2019