IFPI releases Music Listening 2019
MusicWatch found that more than three-quarters of American adults are music streamers. Of that figure, MusicWatch found that million are paying subscribers to a streaming service. Many of those subscribers are on shared plans, with 68 million listners personally paying for the access. That metric is up from 56 million direct subscribers in the survey six months prior. If you are going to cover consumer research, then do what reputable media do; provide the complete methodology from the research effort. It is the only way that professionals can decide if the work is appropriate, valid, reliable and projectable to the population it purports to represent. Thank you. Your email address will not be published. Sign me up for the RAIN newsletter! Subscribe to the RAIN newsletter!
A global snapshot of music engagement. Record companies work with their artists to help connect them with fans around the world. Practices such as stream ripping are still prevalent and return nothing to those who create and invest in music. We continue to coordinate world-wide action to address this. IFPI is the organisation that promotes the interests of the international recording industry worldwide. Its membership comprises some 1, major and independent companies in almost 60 countries. It also has affiliated industry groups in 56 countries. IFPI conducted global research in April-May which explored the way consumers engage with and access music across licensed and unlicensed services.
Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. Consumers are flocking to music, with streaming becoming the preferred channel of choice. The latest study from Nielsen Music shows 90 percent of the population listens to music and that, on average, they do so That's up from 86 percent in the prior annual study, when listening time averaged