Data charges affect digital online music consumption - Higherlife - OyOsNews

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Monday, 29 October 2018

Data charges affect digital online music consumption - Higherlife

Munashe production director for Project Hope album
In the last decade, digitization has dramatically affected most of the media industries. Digital technologies have allowed to drastically reduce the costs of copying and disseminating information. In the case of the music industry, these costs reductions have led to major gains for consumers who can now easily enjoy and benefit from a wider range of products at a minimal cost. Music producers, on the other hand, have for many years feared the advent of digitization, and in particular piracy, in which they saw a major threat to their revenues.

Speaking on StarFM radio station on OyOsMusic digital platform show, Higherlife production director for Project Hope album, Munashe Zvarimwa said the biggest problem being faced by online music consumers is the issue that has to do with high rates on data:

The emergence of streaming services has provoked a wide-ranging debate about the benefits and drawbacks of ownership- versus access-based consumption.

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