With Canadian artists dominating the U.S. charts, the JUNO Awards, Canada’s most important night in music, will have more than enough talent to keep the competition lively.
93% of all adult consumers listen to radio each week. On the flipside, streaming is riding an undeniably massive growth swell. So what if radio programmers could benefit from the surge in streaming rather than fear it? Truth be told, they can.
Aside from the excitement about Adele’s “25” at year-end, on-demand audio and video streaming continued to gain in popularity in 2015, posting growth rates of 83% and 102%, respectively. Vinyl also posted its 10th consecutive year of sales growth.
With a wide array of pastimes available, respondents in a recent Nielsen global survey were asked to select their top three spare-time activities. While certain activities skew younger than older and vice versa, if you think technology-driven younger people don’t read anymore, think again.
Canadians are big fans of live music. And according to Nielsen's Music 360 Canada 2015 report, more than half of Canadians claim they attended a live concert in the past year, and 17% said they attended a music festival.
Canadian consumers love music, and they’re spending more time with it in more ways. This is particularly the case with Canadian teens. According to Nielsen’s Music 360 Canada report, teens report listening to 40% more music than they did in 2013. So what’s driving the surge?
Music streaming is hot, and not just in the U.S., where levels hit new highs in 2014. In fact, all of North America is tuning is, as new data shows that artists are finding big digital success in Canada as well.
Music and data live in two different universes, but they actually have more in common with one another than you might think. For example, they’re both all around us, have the power to drive change and can actually bring people closer together. And when data and music come together, the impact is...
By David Bakula, SVP Client Development, Nielsen Entertainment To everything there is a season, and the music industry is no different. From holiday hits to summer jams, music trends vary with the weather. And understanding such trends can be crucial to success for artists, retailers and labels. So...
Gone are the days of spending the holidays staring into the warm blaze of a crackling fireplace or gazing through the oven window to watch the sugar cookies rise. Today, we look elsewhere for our holiday entertainment. And as the year winds down, our consumption typically increases—whether it be...