Some interesting music tech news surfaced this week. Although the information is not about Clay Aiken, it is compelling and shows how fluid and puzzling the field of music is today.
Last week, the mobile music firm, Music WithMe, published a report on iTunes libraries. The report said that 81% of personal iTunes collections never get played – not even once. Michelle Jones who is the community manager of Music WithMe said:
The average iTunes library has 5,409 songs of which 4,195 have never been played. Put another way: we listen to about 19% of the music we own.
Wow, that is shocking….what a waste of time and money.
Do you use iTunes? If so, is your library close to the size of the average listed above?
A blog at CANN is not complete without some fun pictures of Clay Aiken. The following pictures are from Clay’s performance at Broadway Backwards last January.