Followers of American politics and others may be interested in some free content posted to
the iTunes Music Store
this week culled from speeches given at this week’s Democratic National Convention in Boston, Mass.
Apple has thus far posted speeches made by Democratic luminaries during the first two nights of the convention, including former President Bill Clinton, former President Jimmy Carter, one-time Presidential candidate and former Governor of Vermont Howard Dean, Illinois State Senator Barack Obama and others. The content has been culled from coverage produced by political news cable service C-SPAN and has been presented by Audible.com, creators of Audiobooks.
This marks the second time in recent days that free politically-related audio material has been given away on the iTunes Music Store. Last week, Apple and Audible.com offered a free
of the recently published 9/11 Commission Report. The executive summary outlines the narrative and the recommendations of the full 600-page final report produced by the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States.