Tuesday, December 23, 2008

What "long tail"?? Most music didn't sell a single copy in 2008 | Music | guardian.co.uk

According to a study by the UK royalties agency most music didn't sell a single copy in 2008. But I'd say figures are more likely to be accurate for these items, the 13 million tracks offered for sale on the internet, rather than the notoriously prone to under-reporting LP/CD sales. So much for the long tail. (guardian.co.uk)

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