Traditional media is suffering as consumers continue to purchase more and more mp3s.

Just nine years ago, Britain had a thriving music press and a music industry that was defying the worldwide trend for falling sales. While still some way past its peak, NME enjoyed a circulation of 72,442 in 2003, while the UK’s recorded music industry boasted an income of £1.22bn that year, up £13m on 2002. Guardian

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