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Jupiter Research claims that teenage girls in the US are primary online music buyers. A survey of 1,800 US-based, internet-savvy teenagers showed that girls spend 15 percent more on music than boys and are bigger digital music users, except for downloading and burning CDs, according to […]

Jupiter Research claims that teenage girls in the US are primary online music buyers. A survey of 1,800 US-based, internet-savvy teenagers showed that girls spend 15 percent more on music than boys and are bigger digital music users, except for downloading and burning CDs, according to this report. Jupiter survey also found that “the only online music activities that boys are more apt to participate in than girls are downloading music and burning CDs”.

By Om Malik

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