The RIAA reports that 2019 US music revenue saw streaming services responsible for 79% of such, up from 75% in 2018.
The RIAA reports that streaming music made up 75% of music industry revenue for 2018, while physical media sales continue to decline.
The RIAA reports that streaming continues to grow in prominence, making up three-fourths of US music industry revenue for the first half of 2018.
Streaming’s now the undisputed champ in the United States, as the RIAA reports that two-thirds of US music revenue in 2017 came from streaming.
Streaming music now makes up a majority of all US music industry revenues. Still, revenue’s below the industry’s late 90’s high point in sales.
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