Thursday, February 09, 2017

33% Of US Net Households Pay To Stream Music: Amazon Prime Music Surges 50% To #1, Spotify #2

28% of broadband households indicated that they subscribe to Amazon Prime Video, so the number of streaming music subscribers likely reflects actual usage of the streaming music portion of Amazon's service. Amazon also launched Amazon Music Unlimited late last year, an on-demand music streaming service with tens of millions of songs and multiple subscription options.

"Amazon's bundled service model has been a successful strategy in boosting the company's status in multiple content verticals," said Glenn Hower, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates.

From the article "33% Of US Net Households Pay To Stream Music: Amazon Prime Music Surges 50% To #1, Spotify #2" by www.hypebot.com

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