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The following media in this list is from 2009.

Movies

Walt Disney

Theatrical

Both Toy Story and Toy Story 2 were re-released for the first time in 3D in October. Included with these movies was a trailer for Toy Story 3.

Home Video

Also available on (standard definition) digital:

Monsters, Inc. was also released on Blu-ray Disc for the first time on November 10.

Universal

Home Video

The first teaser trailer for Despicable Me was released on July 29, 2009.

Columbia/TriStar

Home Video

20th Century Fox

Theatrical

Home Video

Also available on Blu-ray:

Also available on (standard definition) digital:

Warner Bros.

Theatrical

Home Video

Also available on Blu-ray:

Ultimate Editions of the first two Harry Potter movies were also released on December 8.

New Line Cinema

Home Video

DreamWorks

Home Video

A teaser trailer for Shrek Forever After was released on December 17, 2009.

Other

Home Video

As of December 31, 2009:
Total movies released in theaters and/or on video 46
Total movies released on DVD 46
Total movies released on Blu-ray Disc 19
Total movies released on iTunes 26

PC Software

Apple

Movies in 720p high definition were now available for rent as of this year. Full support for Windows 7 was added on October 29.

Alongside the new iPhone 3GS, iOS 3 was released on June 17. iTunes 9 was included on iOS starting with version 3.1.

Google

As of 2009, full screen mode was supported for Chrome.

Microsoft

Television

As of June 12, all original analog television channels nationwide (that includes NBC, CBS, ABC, PBS and every other commercial and public television network out there) are no longer available due to the transition to digital television.

NBC

ABC

Broadcast syndication

FOX

CW Network

This was Kirby: Right Back at Ya!'s last year on television in the United States. Set to spiritually replace this show was My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, starting next year.

PBS Kids

TBS

ABC Family

Disney Channel

The N/TeenNick

Sprout

Home video

Kidsongs

Super Mario

Volume DVDs of Super Mario Bros. Super Show included Once Upon a Koopa, Mario of the Deep, Mario Spellbound, Air Koopa, The Trouble With Koopas, What a Wonderful Warp, Mario's Adventures Out West, The Best of the Super Mario Bros. Super Show, Showdown in Brooklyn, Mario Bros. Mix, Koopa's Stone Age Quests, and Yoshi the Superstar.

Sonic the Hedgehog

Pokémon

Dr. Seuss

My Little Pony

On Digital

Video Games

Mario

Sonic

Kirby

Other

Music

These albums were still only available in Audio CD:

These albums were also available in digital MP3:

Books

Harry Potter

Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Websites

Logos of 2009

Television

Broadcast networks:

Cable networks:

Television companies:

Cookie Jar Entertainment replaced DiC in 2008.

Home video

Video gaming

Currency of 2009

All paper money produced from December 2008 through November 2009 were released in 2009.

Denomination Amount in circulation (as of Jan. 1) Amount printed new Amount destroyed Notes
$1-F (2009) ≈9,500,000,000 3,072,000,000 ≈3,000,000,000 In 2009, Series 2006 $1 bills remained current in circulation.
$2-A (2006) More than 800,000,000 0 N/A In 2009, Series 2003A $2 bills remained current in circulation.
$5-B (2008) ≈2,200,000,000 153,600,000 ≈150,000,000 In 2009, Series 2006 $5 bills in the new design remained current in circulation.
$10-B (2007) ≈1,600,000,000 140,800,000 ≈140,000,000 In 2009, Series 2006 $10 bills remained current in circulation.
$20-D (2008) ≈6,300,000,000 1,196,800,000 ≈1,100,000,000 By October 2009, the Series 2006 $20 bills became the most common in circulation.
$50-D (2009) ≈1,300,000,000 ≈300,000,000 ≈300,000,000 The last Series 2006 $50 bills were released on April 7, 2009. Since then until 2011, no $50 bills were ever made.
$100-D (2008) ≈6,300,000,000 1,945,600,000 ≈1,550,000,000 By November 2009, the Series 2006 $100 bills became the most common in circulation.
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