Q&A: BPI boss Geoff Taylor on the UK’s streaming-fuelled music growth
Posted on: 5 mars 2018, by : Ben Cardew

Music Ally recently interviewed BPI chief executive Geoff Taylor about the UK’s recorded-music market trends in 2017: from the growth of subscription streaming and safe harbours to Brexit and diversity.
Recent BPI and ERA figures show a big increase in music streaming in the UK in 2017 – why was this?
This increase is being driven by a number of factors, but a key element is that streaming is becoming ever more accessible and familiar to a more mainstream audience. It isn’t just millennials and Generation Z fuelling growth – important though they are to the market – the number of older consumers becoming subscribers is growing fast, helped by free trials and telco deals.
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