The End of the CD! What’s Next?
When was the last time you walked into your favorite store and purchased a cd? How many CDs do you still own? I’m asking because lately I’ve been talking to music execs about what’s next? Cd sales are at an all time low and soon all CDs will be extinct besides your personal collection. Most people are downloading/stealing songs right to their personal devices. Will this mean iTunes and similar sites will have total control over sales in the future? how will the smaller mom and pop stores compete to sell online music?
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12 thoughts on “The End of the CD! What’s Next?”
Well with me as a independent record label I use them both but this digital age is coming into full bloom so I have my artists set up for digital and the physical CD’s its about reaching out in all phases to sell your product
Mp3 and IPods.