European Music Executives' Opinions Regarding Digital Rights Management (DRM), December 2006 - January 2007 (% of respondents)



Stat: 70% say Future of downloadable music lies in making tracks play on as many different players as possible, 62% say Dropping DRM and releasing music files that can be enjoyed on any MP3 player would boost the take-up of digital music, 54% say Current DRM systems are too restrictive

Stat Categories: Music Industry Stats

Tags: MP3 player MP3 player,DRM

Years: 2007

Stat Source: JupiterResearch, "European Music Executive Survey, 2007" as cited by the BBC, February 2007

Publisher (site that mentioned this stat): eMarketer: Global Music - Tuning Into New Opportunities

Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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