AM/FM radio is still the primary method for music listening, cited by 24% of respondents.
Fans of the irresistible British boy band One Direction will soon have a place to buy all kinds of stuff at the Mall of America.
Watch a video infographic that illustrates the state of digital music in 2013.
Forty percent of tablet owners report they use it to listen to music, while 56 percent of smart phone users say they use it for music listening.
Wall Street Journal Live gets an exclusive look inside Spotify, the young company that music insiders say might just save the record industry.
Tatiana Simonian, head of music at Twitter, talks with Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson about Twitter’s connection to the music industry.
The 10 most popular posts at Audiolicious.tv for 2012, according to page views.
For 38% of musicians, Facebook views had a significant effect on album sales, a stronger impact than traditional radio plays had.
37% of US internet users responding to a survey from The NPD Group said they listened to music on an internet radio service in the 3 months prior to the survey.
While streaming is especially popular with younger consumers, downloading music through services like iTunes is still a prominent way to listen to music.