Consumers’ Typical Music Listening Sources

August 15, 2014

This article is included in these additional categories:

African-American | Asian-American | Hispanic | Media & Entertainment | Radio | Sponsorships | TV Audiences & Consumption | Video

Nielsen-Music-Listening-Sources-Aug2014Source: Nielsen [download page]

    Notes: Multicultural consumers (Hispanics, African-Americans and Asian-Americans) are more digitally connected to music than the total market, per Nielsen data. They’re more likely to typically listen to internet/streaming radio services, on-demand video streaming and on-demand audio streaming, while being less likely to tune in to regular AM/FM radio. Even so, they spend more annually on CDs ($13) than digital albums ($10) and reserve the largest share of their music-related budgets for live events, spending an average of $50 on live music annually. Study results also suggest brands can engage with multicultural consumers via music sponsorships.

      Related: Gen Z Turns to Newer Platforms for Music Discovery

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