Musicians: If you haven’t jumped on the digital music bandwagon, it’s about time you do. Otherwise, you might find yourself left behind in a few years, according to this recent Forbes Magazine article.
By 2015, the digital music industry is expected to reach $20 billion in revenue, with a 20% compounded growth each year between now and then. The article also addresses how, most musicians, are not capitalizing on the benefits of the digital music phenomenon.
Are you? If not, considering doing so soon, or else your music will become as obsolete as cassette tapes.
- Digital Music Revenues Projected To Reach $20 Billion By 2015 (blogs.forbes.com)
- Digital Music Has Only ‘Failed’ If You’re Not Paying Attention (techdirt.com)
- Media Decoder: Digital Music Sales Are Starting to Slow, Report Says (mediadecoder.blogs.nytimes.com)