Stations Should Keep Streaming, Say Survey Respondents

Stations Should Keep Streaming, Say Survey Respondents
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Two-thirds of the approximately 3,000 survey respondents said they'd be upset if radio stations stopped streaming due to additional copyright fees. NAB and the major radio groups are suing the federal government over the issue.
The streaming question is part of results from a new study of Internet use by Arbitron and Edison Media.
Americans are spending more time listening to or viewing streaming media, but less time overall using the Internet. That's according to a new study by Arbitron and Edison Media. As of January, 13% of Americans, more than 30 million, use Internet audio or video each month. That's compared to 10% in January a year ago.
Streaming media consumption rises as more consumers obtain faster Internet access, said Bill Rose, VP/GM Arbitron's Internet Information.

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