The Economics of Media

Sep 15th, 2015
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Economics
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Question description

How do you listen to music? Do you listen to purchased music from iTunes, an online app like Pandora, through satellite radio, the “traditional” radio, or a combination?  When you listen to music, do you post on your social media pages the name of the song and artist?

Over the last 20 years or so, there have been many changes in the selection, control and sharing, and costs of music consumption.  How do you think music consumption will continue to evolve in the future?  Will broadcast radio go away completely?  Are the new models of consumption completely different or do they mimic the old in any ways?


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