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Jun 15, 2009Mary Madden
In the decade since Napster’s launch, selling recorded music has become as much of an art as making the music itself.
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Our research on music highlights the internet's impact on music consumers, artists and the entertainment industry.
By Chris Nelson and Steve Jones, The Boston Globe
Jan 16, 2001
If you were to encapsulate the recent history of downloadable music into a week, it might go something like this:
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Sep 28, 2000Amanda Lenhart, Susannah Fox
Music downloaders exhibit little concern for copyright protections, but about half also say that they are still buying music that they’ve sampled online.
Jul 1, 2000
Contains basic tracking data, plus 2000 Presidential campaign questions, questions about health care use and privacy concerns, and online music use.
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Jun 8, 2000Amanda Lenhart, Lee Rainie, Susannah Fox
The Pew Internet Project’s first look at the phenomenon of music downloading with a focus on Napster users. 14% of Internet users or 13 million American adults, mostly young, white men, are downloading music from central servers or the computers of o...
Apr 1, 2000
This file contains standard tracking data on Internet use, music downloading behaviors and
questions about the Internet posed to those not online.
More in: Music, Work, Health, Digital Divide
Mar 1, 2000
Extensive tracking of internet use basics, email use, family connectedness and social capital.
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Mary MaddenChicago Wallace Audience Engagement Network
Lee RainieSingapore Youth.Net Conference, Singapore
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The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trust.