The Price of Music In 2015…

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Sources: iTunes app; amazon.com; a visit to Walmart; Pollstar (for average prices in 2014); trying to buy a beer at a festival; Coachella and EDC sites; Spotify app; grooveshark.com; buying a t-shirt at a concert; emerging sources on Apple/Beats pricing strategy.

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    Sarah

    These sources are hilarious: “buying a t-shirt at a concert” and “a visit to Walmart” and unspecified “emerging sources on Apple/Beats pricing strategy.”

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    Remi Swierczek

    Let’s just convert all of Radio and streaming AND ELEVATOR to primitive music store!

    With curent streaming and broadcast levels we will have $100B music industry by 2020 at 39¢ per tune.

    It’s a no-brainer VISIBLE to TOTAL lunatic. Larry (@Google) wake up! You are MOONSHOT seeker!