Music Product Manifesto: The Product Features That Will Save Recorded Music
September 29, 2009
Why Read This Report
In 2009, the album celebrates its 100th birthday and yet remains the centerpiece of the recorded music product portfolio. The time has come for a radical overhaul of the recorded music product range. Forrester proposes a music product manifesto of consumer rights that music products should embrace. Future music products will need to adopt a platform-agnostic world view that encompasses powerful and social interactivity to empower consumers to create their own unique experiences.
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