Entertainment Retailers Association
Use of smart speakers is rising rapidly and may contribute towards a shift away from radio, according to the latest joint BPI/ERA Insight Session report.
The streaming boom has seen entertainment sales overtake books, magazines and newspapers for the first time, according to figures published by the Entertainment Retailers Association.
While 2016 entertainment spending on subscription models outstripped physical and download formats, UK music fans still prefer ownership over access, new research claims.
Sales of vinyl albums hit £2.4m during last week (w/c 28 November), overtaking the amount of weekly download sales for the first time, new figures show.
We were at the latest music industry event from Futuresource music conference to discover how the industry, and the ways fans and artists interact are changing. Check out what we learned…
The number of physical stores selling music, video and games has reached an all-time high of more than 14,800, according to latest figures from the Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA).
Two thirds of music fans see themselves as 'multi-channellers', using streaming to discover new music before buying physical releases, new research claims.
Cars are leading the digital music revolution with new figures claiming a fifth of new vehicles sold in the UK this year will be without CD player.
Music industry professionals from BBC Radio 1, Universal, the Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA) and Believe Digital will be among those speaking at Music Futures.
The number of shops selling physical music increased by 20.4 percent in 2014, new figures from the ERA showed.