Subscription Music Services Have Killed US Music Video Streaming Growth

on July 10, 2017
Reading Time: 4 minutes

This past week, I came across some data from a service called BuzzAngle, which provides something of a unique perspective on the US music market. The service reports total numbers for physical and digital song and album sales and on-demand audio and video streaming. I was struck by a couple of the numbers in its latest report, covering the first half of 2017, and decided to dig a little deeper and chart some of the longer-term trends, which I’m going to share here today.

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