Baby boomers could be steadying force in piracy-stricken music industry

09/21/2007 | eMarketer

Baby boomers, who tend to pay for music and generally have the income to do so, now account for one-third of all music sales, according to NPD Group's "Boometrics" study. More than 70% of U.S. baby boomers bought music during the past year, and although two-thirds of the demographic buy only CDs, 26% buy both digital music and CDs, the study reveals.

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