RIAJ research gives new insights into streaming challenge in Japan
Posted on: 25 septembre 2017, by : Stuart Dredge

What’s the most popular way to listen to music in Japan? Many people in the music industry’s first answer would be CD, given the market’s continued domination by physical sales.
But no. According to research published earlier this year by industry body the RIAJ, the most popular way to listen to music in Japan is actually a streaming service: YouTube.
Or at least, it was in August 2016 when the online survey of 2,216 Japanese people was conducted. The RIAJ published the results in Japanese in April 2017, but it’s only now – thanks to Aira Fukushima, who is working with Music Ally – that they have been translated for the west.
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