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post Mar 2 2018, 02:36 PM
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Last year was the first year that the British public spent more money on music, video and games (7.2b), instead of books, magazines and newspapers (7.1b). That 7.2b figure is up 8.8% on 2016 and was fuelled by growth of digital services like Spotify, Steam,Netflix, Amazon, Deezer, Sky, Apple and Google.

In 2017, 56% of revenues came from access models like music and video streaming, electronic movie rental or subscriptions to online multiplayer games, paying for digital micro-transactions and making in-app purchases on mobile devices. However, physical is far from dead: vinyl albums continued their long-term revival with sales up 34% to reach 87.7m.

According to the Entertainment Retail Association.
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post Mar 2 2018, 03:44 PM
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I'm guessing there must be a typo as now 96 is listed twice
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post Mar 2 2018, 04:40 PM
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OCC also makes the same mistake - copied from the original ERA press release.
See here.
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