51% of US internet users reported listening to music via Pandora—nearly double those who did so in December 2013.
Black Sabbath used a nostalgic marketing tactic in a Facebook ad to promote the fact that their first eight albums are now available on iTunes.
This infographic from Sol Republic illustrates how we discover and enjoy music in the age of social media.
Watch a video infographic that illustrates the state of digital music in 2013.
Fender is selling its USB Squier Stratocaster guitar exclusively through Apple Store.
While streaming is especially popular with younger consumers, downloading music through services like iTunes is still a prominent way to listen to music.
This infographic examines how the Gangnam Style! video went viral.
48% of Americans say they discover music most often through the radio, while just 10% find new music most often through friends and relatives, and 7% through YouTube.
Music has always been social. One of the biggest joys of music is being able to share your joy but until recently, the ability to do so, has been limited.
Google has consolidated all their digital content offerings (music, books, movies & apps) under the Google Play brand, presumably in order to better compete with the likes of Apple’s iTunes and Amazon.