Apple said to be promoting employee projects on iTunes

Apple launches an internal "Employees on iTunes" site to highlight digital projects from its employees, according to a new report.

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Apple's patting some of its employees on the back for work on various digital media projects, according to a new report.

9to5Mac said the company's launched a new internal site to promote some of the digital projects done by its employees.

The new section, called "Employees on iTunes" will promote books, songs, movies, and TV shows that Apple's staff have created, or otherwise been involved in. That's according to an internal memo from Apple SVP Eddy Cue, which was posted in full by the rumor site.

Those works are not currently published on any public documents, though can already be found on the internal "Employees on iTunes" site. It's currently unclear just how many projects that includes.

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