Music and Video - UK - January 2009
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The music and film industry has radically changed in the last couple of years, thanks to the increasing penetration of broadband – which has made it increasingly convenient for music and film lovers to buy via the web.
This has had the effect of driving more physical music and DVD sales online, as well as promoting digital downloads, ensuring that traditional high street specialists have suffered.
Content owners have also been hit by the increasing problem of illegal downloading, which has had the effect of devaluing the value of music for an entire generation of youth.
Key issues covered in the report:
Do music and film lovers still prefer buying physical product to digital?
What are the attractions of downloading music and film content?
What barriers are there to greater adoption of downloads over physical sales?
Can media owners expect to make the same level of profit from digital sales?
Why are film downloads less popular than music downloads?
What can media owners and retailers do to promote greater interest in legal downloads?
Where are music and film downloads consumed, and why?
Can Blu-ray gain momentum during the downturn?
Is music and film recession-proof?
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