The article is a great read and discusses the question of whether a greater prevalence and access to music means that people care more about music - and whether they will pay for that music.
A great point raised in the post - "In 2013, the difference between a friend and a band is inconsequential in terms of how it's represented on your screen. So, if you look at the media landscape in terms of how we engage with media, it's all self-normalizing at this point. Friends on Facebook, music, something on Reddit, a video, it doesn't have any difference."
And on the parents of kids who are hardly listening to music at all these days - "These are intelligent people, with good education and financially better off than most people I would guess, yet they don't teach their kids the value of appreciating art, let alone paying for it".
Read the full article here - "Scary Question: Are Younger People Tuning Out of Music?".
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