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Friday, October 14, 2016

Amazon Prime Music Still The Biggest US Subscription Service

As Amazon launches its standalone Music Unlimited streaming service, research firm Parks Associates has been reminding the industry of the popularity of the company’s existing Prime Music offering, based on its latest survey of Americans.

“Amazon Prime Music continues to be the clear market leader with a subscriber increase from 10% of broadband households in 2015 to 15% in 2016,” explained the company.

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Amazon Music Unlimited Joins The Battle Of The Streaming Funnels

The existing Prime Music has long been a dark horse in the music-streaming market. In March, research firm Parks Associates claimed it was the most popular paid music subscription service among US broadband households, while in June analyst Cowen ran a study that found 16% of US respondents using Prime Music, behind only satellite radio at 22%, but more than double Spotify Premium (7%) and Apple Music (6%).

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Thursday, March 10, 2016

Amazon Prime Music Still ‘Most Popular’ US Subscription Service

Unsurprisingly, Amazon has never announced a specific figure for Prime Music listeners, although the company’s digital music boss Steve Boom said last year that “Prime Music has several million people using it on a monthly basis, and it’s been growing consistently since we launched”.

In October 2015, Parks Associates claimed that 10% of US broadband households subscribed to Prime Music, versus 6% to Pandora One and 4% to Spotify Premium.

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Monday, October 26, 2015

Amazon Prime Music has ‘several million people using it

“Prime Music has several million people using it on a monthly basis, and it’s been growing consistently since we launched,” said Boom. “I can tell you that our hours are growing faster than our users – a good sign, because it means people are getting more and more engaged with our service.”

Boom’s comments came shortly after a piece of research from Parks Associates claimed that Prime Music was the most popular streaming subscription service in the US, used by 10% of broadba ...read more

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