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Digital Music Revenue To Reach $5 Billion - Gearslutz.com

Digital Music Revenue To Reach $5 Billion - Gearslutz.com | Digital Music is Outsourcing Physical Copies | Scoop.it
Digital Music Revenue To Reach $5 Billion Record Label's Role Will Shrink At the end of 2007 digital music revenue in the U.S. grew to $1.98 billion
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This is just another example of how digital music is already growing larger and larger each year with the new technologies that are apart of our world. 

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Digital Music Sales Finally Surpassed Physical Sales in 2011 | TIME.com

Digital Music Sales Finally Surpassed Physical Sales in 2011 | TIME.com | Digital Music is Outsourcing Physical Copies | Scoop.it
Last year, for the first time in history, digital music sales exceeded physical sales, according to a newly released Nielsen/Billboard report cited by CNNMoney.
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This is just giving an example to how digital sales are already passing up physical sales. 

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ArtistCore: The end of the new music industry transformation; How technology destroyed the traditional music industry

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This blog talks about the ups and downs of of the transformation to the new digital world of music. 

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Global digital music revenue to reach $11.6 billion in 2016

Global digital music revenue to reach $11.6 billion in 2016 | Digital Music is Outsourcing Physical Copies | Scoop.it
Digital music is expected to surpass physical music sales within the next several years as revenue from downloading and streaming increases and the overall business shrinks, according to a new...
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This article is talking about how digitally music will sell more in the future than physically in stores. 

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