Live vs recorded music

News: 23rd August 2010 by Louise Dodgson under Live, Record Labels

The growth of live music has been widely reported, and has been hailed as the saviour of the music industry which can no longer rely on album and single sales as they used to.

This article by the Financial Times charts the simultaneous increase of the live music sector and decline of recorded music with a nifty little graph. 2008 was the point at which the value of live music edged ahead of recorded music. Check out the comparisons via the link below.

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