The music industry is going to be a different place in five years, according to a new report from The Music Business Journal.
That means it’s going to take a little longer for the music industry to catch up to the way we use music, according the report.
Here are five things you need to know about the future of the music business:1.
It’s not all roses: As technology has made it easier to share music and podcasts, so too has the need for content to be curated and shared.
But those new opportunities have meant a new generation of content creators have been left behind.
This is what the new Music Business Report has to say about the next generation of music creators.2.
This industry has a lot of talent: According to the report, there are more than 8.4 million music industry jobs in the United States alone.
That includes a number of highly skilled music producers, record companies, and songwriters, as well as managers, record labels, and the people who create the music itself.
But it’s the number of people in the music ecosystem that is the biggest concern.
According to the latest report from the Music Business Group, the music and recording industry will be a $9.2 trillion industry by 2025.
The report predicts the music market will be worth $4.7 trillion by 2025, a $2 trillion increase over 2025, and $5.5 trillion by 2030.3.
Music isn’t going anywhere: This report is largely focused on the digital music industry.
The biggest threat to the music sector is digital downloads.
According to The Music Biz, music consumption is up 70% in the past 10 years, and is forecast to continue rising.
But according to The Biz report, music is not the only industry to be affected by digital music.
Digital music will be the dominant market in the U.S. by 2025 and it will make up 30% of all music revenues by 2025 — and that number is growing faster than the rest of the U