Pandora and iHeartRadio took first and second place with a 31% and 9% share of the market respectively.
Among core radio listeners interested in finding out about new music and artists, AM/FM radio (on any device) is easily the top single option, for roughly 51% of respondents.
In 2012, music listeners in the UK streamed 3.7 billion tracks, according to BPI; in 2013, that figure doubled to 7.4 billion.
Average monthly hours listening to online music is expected to reach 6.70 billion in 2016, up from 4.22 billion in 2014.
eMarketer estimates there will be 159.8 million digital radio listeners in 2014, and that figure will grow to 183.4 million in 2018.
This video of a dude lip-syncing and dancing to Bon Jovi’s 80s anthem Living On A Prayer at a Celtics game ignited the crowd at the time, went viral in 2009…and has done it again.
eMarketer estimates that 147 million internet users will listen to such content at least monthly this year, or roughly six in 10 internet users.
More than one in five Americans will listen to music on their mobile phones this year.
This infographic from Sol Republic illustrates how we discover and enjoy music in the age of social media.
Preamp.fm recognizes your location, understands what bands and musicians will be playing near you soon, and builds a YouTube playlist of those groups for you.