Even with the explosion of the internet, and various different online music discovery outlets, statistics show that Americans still prefer the 1920’s method of music discovery; Radio. Edison Research and Triton Digital explain that 35% of Americans still use the radio to stay up to date with new music, and that closest online competitor, Youtube, only pulls 10% of overall music discovery. Word of mouth, at 21%, and Radio, at 35%, are examples at how slowly the country is transitioning into the online era of music discovery. Spotify, Pandora, Youtube, and other online competitors only make up a fraction of the still archaic method of music discovery:



SOURCE:Consequence Of Sound