NY Times: Access to Free Online Music Is Seen as a Boost to Sales. Disputing the position held by the major record companies, a report issued on Friday found that people who use file-sharing networks to obtain music at no charge over the Internet are more likely to have increased their spending on music than are average online music fans. [Tomalak’s Realm]
Finally! Ann and I have been saying this all along. In fact, since the demise of Napster, I’ve hardly bought any CDs.