Facebook logins are especially popular on music sites, with two-thirds share of social login, versus second-place Google at 14% and Twitter at 12%.
On average, tablet gamers downloaded 22 games over the past year, and 46% listened to music on their phone.
On average, tablet gamers downloaded 22 games over the past year; 51% listened to music.
Despite experiencing triple-digit losses, Pandora is growing to the tune of 62% growth in ad revenue and 38% growth in revenue subscriptions.
Internet radio use is on the rise, reaching 42% of US broadband households, and this has translated to higher effectiveness for advertisers.
People are spending more and more of their time with their mobile phones and a significant amount of that time is devoted to music.
The media spend associated with US internet radio and on-demand streaming services amounted to $293.7 million in 2011, according to AccuStream Research.
76% of respondents said that Spotify had “good” or “excellent” design with 81% reporting an overall favorable impression of the site, and three-quarters agreeing that navigation was good.
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.
Spotify is generating a lot of buzz, helped no doubt in no small part by it’s partnership with Facebook.