Nearly 8.3m Brits were music-streaming subscribers in January
Posted on: 5 mars 2018, by : Ben Cardew

While recent ERA and BPI figures have made much of the growth in revenue and consumption of music streaming services in the UK, they didn’t explains how many people in Britain pay for a music subscription.
Now we have a – tentative – answer: ERA consumer tracking figures – which are based on 2.5k people in the UK and included in Music Ally’s latest Country Focus (available to our subscribers) – suggest that between between 8.1m and 8.3m people in Britain subscribed to a music streaming service at the start of 2018, although this figure counts each individual on a family subscription.
Interviewed for the same piece, Geoff Taylor, chief executive of the BPI and BRIT Awards, cited a slightly lower figure of 7.5m to 8m subscribers, based on industry sources.
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