The number of audio streams has surpassed the number of video streams for the first time in the US music industry.
This chart illustrates the results of an experiment by a group of Cornell PhDs who created a test to see how different music types affected the collaborative behavior of different groups of people.
Some 34.3% of US recorded music revenues came from streaming services in 2015, reports the RIAA, up from 27% in 2014.
Edison Research has released its latest annual Infinite Dial report that surveys the audio consumption habits of Americans 12 years and older. Edison has been conducting this research since 1998.
A slight majority of Americans’ spending on music goes to live events.
The debate about whether or not Spotify is a threat to Pandora continues, but recent research suggests the latter still has a large lead.
Neko Case explains why musicians buy so many guitars.
Digital music revenues worldwide rose nearly 7% last year to hit $6.85 billion, tying physical sales in share for the first time, at 46% each.
This year, the Basilica Block Party has come up with a clever promotional tactic: Cover songs of some of the bands performed on the church organ.
Among American adults who use audio players in the car, two-thirds first turn on the AM/FM radio when listening to music.