Where Does the Music Go?

May 2006
Mix;May2006, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p46
The article presents news about the sound recording industry in North America as of May 2006. Music sales dropped to around $2.5 billion at the end of 2005. A survey reveals that around 40% of U.S. households online still use illegal P2P sites to acquire music. A poll of music consumers show that 50% think $0.99 is a fair price to pay for a single. About 14,043,000 of iPods Apple were shipped in the fourth quarter of 2005.


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