Remember that Demos survey last week that claimed filesharers buy more legal music than non-filesharers? The IFPI isn’t happy with the spin that many news reports put on those results, […]
Would you believe it, people still listen to CDs and the radio?
Our lead examines Nokia’s Comes With Music unlimited download service performance from its launch to explain why it has not took off as expected.
Here’s a quote to conjure with: “At Microsoft Research, I have colleagues working on tongue-based interaction, bionic contacts lenses, a muscle-computer interface, and brain-computer interaction.”
Our favourite ever question in a consumer research survey: “How much do you agree or disagree with the statement “People in my generation use social networking sites (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, MySpace) for self-promotion, narcissism, and attention-seeking”?
The UK’s Institute of Practitioners in Advertising has released its latest quarterly bellwether report, and it’s not great news. A quarter of the 300 respondents said they are cutting their internet advertising budgets, while only 15% are increasing it.
Live music was worth more in the UK last year than recorded music, according to figures calculated by Will Page, Chief Economist at PRS for Music. He announced his calculations […]
Embattled US satellite radio firm Sirius XM has reported a net loss of $249 million for the fourth quarter of 2008, but more worrying for the company is the way it only added 82,945 new subscribers during the quarter.
New figures reveal that the Austrian recorded music market shrank by 8% to €185 million in 2008, down from €201 million in 2007.
The criminal trial of the founders of Swedish P2P site The Pirate Bay kicked off yesterday, with reports that the labels are seeking more than $13 million in damages from […]
Live from London, we’re liveblogging our own Mobile Music In The Dock event, for which we’ve gathered expert witnesses, canny prosecution and defence teams, and a raucous (we hope) jury […]
Charity Deafness Research UK is warning consumers about the dangers of crossing the road while listening to iPods and MP3 players, in time for the UK’s Road Safety Week later […]