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Illegal Music Downloads decreased to 17% thanks to free streaming services

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Illegal Music Downloads decreased to 17% thanks to free streaming services

The Track industry has loads to celebrate this week. After announcing its first earnings growth because 1999, data from a survey of 5,Four Hundred people indicates that Illegal Tune downloads lowered by means of 17% in 2012.

Consistent With a find out about via the NPD Group, which specializes in markets, websites that supply free streaming products and services are the primary reason behind the fall. Besides lowering piracy, the willingness to listen to Tune without having to Download them additionally encourages customers to buy later, creating a new trend.

“For the Music business, which for more than a decade combat against digital piracy, the Last year has been an improvement. Many who nonetheless use Unlawful services and products said bad experiences because of viruses and spyware, “says Russ Crupnick, vice president of analysis at NPD.

In 2005, Unlawful downloads through services known as P2P – where computers act as community servers and shoppers simultaneously – reached its peak. One in 5 customers of Thirteen years or extra, reduced Song illegally in the U.S.. Final year, this relationship was to one to 10.

The survey also published that Forty% of respondents who made via P2P downloads in 2011, stopped or lowered the number of songs downloaded. Of those, half stated that attitude changed after meeting the free streaming services and products like Spotify and Rdio

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9 Comments to “Illegal Music Downloads decreased to 17% thanks to free streaming services”

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  4. fattiemanny // May 24, 2013 at 11:01 am // Reply

    My church wants to be able to have two services at the same time but only on preacher. This means that we would film the preacher in one service and send the feed to the other. How do we do this? Also, is it possible to have a delay or pause of sorts on this feed in case the service getting the feed is not ready when the preacher starts> If so, how?

  5. encyclopath // May 29, 2013 at 6:04 am // Reply

    Just cable- I do not want to bundle with internet or phone.

    I do not want HBO or any premium, just what USED to be considered “BASIC SERVICE” (as in all the networks like ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX + cable channels like E!, MTV, TBS, TNT, etc).

  6. musicistabest // June 4, 2013 at 5:58 am // Reply

    Before they changed it, some artists offered a few free downloads on their music profile, but now I can’t seem to find this option. Did they take it away?

  7. I am looking at getting a Kindle Fire but want to know if it will work with streaming services such Netflix and Hulu. Does anyone have any input on this?

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  9. How does xbox make any money if the competition is free?
    Also, the quality of the netflix is slightly better with my ps3 as with the xbox. So why would the one that is less quality feel the need to charge?

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