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.
AM/FM radio continues to be the preferred medium among core radio listeners, with 81% of weekly radio station listening taking place on an AM/FM radio in a vehicle (51%) or at home, work, or school (30%).
51% of US internet users reported listening to music via Pandora—nearly double those who did so in December 2013.
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.
Given Prince’s avowed hatred toward the Interent, it’s more than a little odd to see him dive into the social media waters head first.
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.
Watch a video infographic that illustrates the state of digital music in 2013.
Lincoln sponsors Beck’s cover of the David Bowie song Sound & Vision.
PSY will rake in at least $8.1 million this year, according to an analysis by The Associated Press of publicly available information and industry estimates.