According to Music Watch, one third of US consumers continue to purchase downloadable music, even as streaming sales rise. Recording Industry Association of America recently released data showing that paid downloads made up for 37 percent of U.S. music revenues, while streaming only created 27 percent.
And while this trend continues, shifts have been seen in the market shares as well. As calculated by music watch “While 7 out of 10 music download buyers shopped at music download leader iTunes last year, the company also ceded market share to Amazon MP3 and Google Play” with Amazon and Google accounting for 19% and 11% respectively.
For details see the entire report at Music Watch