Revenue distribution for CDs vs downloaded audio

This story on techcrunch.com briefly mentions a report about revenue distribution for music. The interesting thing about the chart is that, with the advent of download sales:

  1. Retailors are the big losers
  2. Record companies, Digital Service Providers (I assume like iTunes store) and credit card companies are the winners.
  3. Artists lose slightly.

I havn’t looked all that much into this chart, where the data came from, what it is really saying etc. …. so there’s undoubtedly more to the story.

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