December 17th, 2013
10:53 PM ET

Beatles, Beyonce use iTunes for innovative releases

A treasure trove of 59 Beatles recordings were releases on iTunes Tuesday, many of which had been bootlegged over the years, but had never seen an official release.

That's just a few days after a surprise iTunes release of a 'visual album' from Beyonce, which sold over 800,000 copies in just three days - an iTunes record.

OutFront: Christopher John Farley is the Speakeasy editor with the Wall Street Journal, and author of the upcoming novel "Game World".

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