Study Shows Teenagers Listen To Music More On Youtube Than Anywhere Else
A report from Nielson shows that most music consumption amongst young people happens on Youtube.
64% of teens listen to music on the video streaming site, and who can blame them. Piracy angle aside, it's virtually an on-demand music service without ads, that is free to use. However, as Youtube counts for just 7% of the discovery of new music, usage habits suggests that its just to pull up songs people already know (album playlists, individual tracks, etc).
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