According to Digital Music News, Niche asked 7,000 graduating high school seniors to rank how often they use nine of the most popular music streaming and download services. Here are the results of the data they compiled:
We'd be curious to know what those "other" services are that were lumped together in third place, and where YouTube would rank on this list (especially since previous studies have shown that teens say YouTube is their number one music consumption platform).
While the information in this graph is certainly interesting (who would've thought that Pandora beats out iTunes for music listening?), what might be even more valuable to know is how teens are discovering new music.
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