Regular music activities carried out in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013

Thinking about how you discover, consume and interact with music which of the following do you do at least once a month?

Regular music activities carried out in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013 This statistic displays the regular music-related activities carried out by consumers in the United Kingdom (UK) as of 2013. Roughly 38 percent of respondents reported consuming or discovering music by watching music videos on YouTube or Vimeo.
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Thinking about how you discover, consume and interact with music which of the following do you do at least once a month?

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Share of respondents
Listen to the radio 70%
Watch music videos e.g. YouTube, Vimeo 38%
Buy CDs online (e.g. Amazon) or in the high street (e.g. HMV) 35%
Watch music TV shows e.g. XFactor, Later With Jools Holland 32%
Watch music TV channels e.g. VH1, Clubland TV 22%
Listen to streaming music for free e.g. Spotity Free, Soundcloud 17%
Go to see bands, singers, or DJs play live 16%
Pay to download single tracks e.g. iTunes Store 14%
Pay to download albums e.g. iTunes Store 14%
Download music for free from file sharing networks e.g. Pirate Bay, uTorrents 8%
I use a music cloud locker service for free e.g. Amazon Cloud Player, Apple iCloud, Google Play Music 8%
None of the above 8%
I trade music with my friends (swap music between phones, hard drives, online with Dropbox etc. 6%
Pay for a music subscription e.g. Spotify Premium, Deezer 4%
I pay to use a music cloud locker service e.g. Amazon Cloud Player, Apple iTunes Match, Google Play Music 3%
Share of respondents
Listen to the radio 70%
Watch music videos e.g. YouTube, Vimeo 38%
Buy CDs online (e.g. Amazon) or in the high street (e.g. HMV) 35%
Watch music TV shows e.g. XFactor, Later With Jools Holland 32%
Watch music TV channels e.g. VH1, Clubland TV 22%
Listen to streaming music for free e.g. Spotity Free, Soundcloud 17%
Go to see bands, singers, or DJs play live 16%
Pay to download single tracks e.g. iTunes Store 14%
Pay to download albums e.g. iTunes Store 14%
Download music for free from file sharing networks e.g. Pirate Bay, uTorrents 8%
I use a music cloud locker service for free e.g. Amazon Cloud Player, Apple iCloud, Google Play Music 8%
None of the above 8%
I trade music with my friends (swap music between phones, hard drives, online with Dropbox etc. 6%
Pay for a music subscription e.g. Spotify Premium, Deezer 4%
I pay to use a music cloud locker service e.g. Amazon Cloud Player, Apple iTunes Match, Google Play Music 3%
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This statistic displays the regular music-related activities carried out by consumers in the United Kingdom (UK) as of 2013. Roughly 38 percent of respondents reported consuming or discovering music by watching music videos on YouTube or Vimeo.
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