With the start of 2006, digital music has started its growth from infancy into adolescence. In the week between Christmas 2005 and New Year’s, 20 million tracks were downloaded in America, and another million in Britain. Those are some seriously healthy numbers. Not only do they reflect the huge amount of iPods and other portable devices sold, but also the spread of broadband connections, and the fact that people are now comfortable consuming their music digitally, on a track-by-track rather than album-by- album basis. Long predicted, the listening habits of the general population are beginning to shift.
Read on over at Designtechnica.
The State of Digital Music in 2006
Posted on Saturday, April 01 2006 @ 5:14 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck