Friday, February 17, 2017

Weekly Music Publishing Update 2.17.17: Chance The Rapper, Amazon, Anghami, Streaming Partnership & More

According to a report published by Parks Associates, there is a dark horse in the streaming market: Amazon Prime Music. The company's senior analyst says, "Nearly one-half of streaming music subscribers, the equivalent of 15% of all broadband households, indicate they have a subscription to Amazon Prime Music." In the Middle East, streaming service Anghami--which co-founder Eddy Maroun says was created when he figured out that piracy was the only option for music consumers in th ...read more

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 c ...read more

Thursday, March 17, 2016

68% Of Smartphone Users Stream Music Daily

According to a new Parks Associates study, digital media usage varies based on OS brand and carrier. iPhone users consume more media than Android and other operating systems. T-Mobile and Sprint customers have the highest incidence of daily music consumption among U.S. carriers - over 75% of subscribers for T-Mobile or Sprint listen to streaming music daily, versus 66% of Verizon users. 

From the article "68% Of Smartphone Users Stream Music Daily" by www.hypebot.com

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Surprising New Study Shows 66% Of U.S. Streams Music, Amazon #1 Paid Music Service

Increasing usage of audio services will boost interest and adoption in connected audio devices and products, according to Parks Associates analysts.

"Advances in wireless streaming technology and a resurgence of interest in hi-resolution audio will stimulate consumer demand for Internet-connected audio devices," said Brad Russell, Research Analyst, Parks Associates. "Wireless speakers, multiroom audio systems, and soundbars constitute a growing home audio segment, which is o ...read more

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