Partisan? Unlike TV news (well, everybody except maybe Fox) and the newspapers, Apple feels no need to mix Democrats and Republicans unnaturally together. That is, you can listen to and / or watch the convention speeches of both parties' A-list politicos and it's all free on the iTunes Store.
>> Democratic National Convention (aka "The Barack Show")
>> Republican National Convention (aka "Bush III")
Of course, given the fact that the Republicans haven't quite wrapped up, not all of the speeches, etc have been posted to iTunes—a little patience please.
Apple also published select speeches, etc from the 2004 conventions. Nothing wrong with a little free edutainment every now and then...
via Ars Technica
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