Seattle Office of Film + Music


Teen music spending, P2P use drops
April 1, 2009, 4:31 pm
Filed under: Digital Media, Music | Tags: , , ,

Hollywood Reporter:
Teens are buying fewer downloads, using P2P less frequently and listening to more music streams, according to a new report by NPD Group. NPD found that CD purchasing declined by 26% in 2008 while download purchases fell 13%. In contrast, more than half of teens in the survey listened to online radio in 2008 (an increase from 38% in 2007) and downloading or streaming music on social networks rose to 46% from 26%. The share of teens that listened to satellite radio also increased.


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