The RIAA reports that 2019 US music revenue saw streaming services responsible for 79% of such, up from 75% in 2018.
A camera industry trade group reports that digital camera sales have dropped almost 90% since 2010, reflecting the rise of smartphones.
A recent Gallup poll shows that the most frequent leisure activity by US adults is visiting the public library, outpacing movie attendance.
A Pew Research Center survey shows that the American public’s digital literacy skills could use improvements in areas such as net neutrality.
Video games topped $43 billion in US sales in 2018. That’s more than many other forms of media, including books, music, movies, and comics.
The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that as of 2018, most US households no longer use landline phones.
Cord cutting is growing in popularity as cable TV subscriptions decline, as reported by Leichtman Research Group. Of course, growing cable bills don’t help.
The RIAA reports that streaming music made up 75% of music industry revenue for 2018, while physical media sales continue to decline.
A recent survey by marketing firm Ipsos and financial giant ING shows that the most popular online payment method is still the credit card.
I look at the ways each of the Big Five tech companies (Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft) earn their income.