Legal music downloads have outstripped pirated tracks for the first
time in the UK, according to a survey by Entertainment Media Research
(EMR). The EMR survey of 1,500 consumers found that 51 per cent legally purchased digital downloads.
It’s the first time this figure outweighed the number of those who download illegally, which fell to 39 per cent from 43 per cent
year-on-year, in the five years the survey has been produced. The shift
has been attributed to both a growth in the number legal download
services launched by companies including Nokia, MySpace, Play.com,
Tesco and Sky.
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