Goldman Sachs says 1.15bn people will pay for music streaming by 2030

Goldman now predicts that, by 2030, the global recorded music industry will be pulling in $45bn annually (up on a restated prior forecast of $44bn). It also believes that paid streaming will generate $27.5bn for labels and artists in that year (up on a restated prior forecast of $27.1bn), and that the overall annual global trade streaming revenues (including ad-funded) will reach $37.2bn.

Source: Goldman Sachs says 1.15bn people will pay for music streaming by 2030, as it ups industry forecast

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