Playlists accounted for 31% of the total listening time across all demographics
More people in the U.S. listen to playlists than albums, according to a new study.
The results of the survey by consumer insight group LOOP (Lots of Online People), published by the Music Business Association, showed that playlists accounted for 31% of the total listening time across all demographics, whereas albums only constituted 22%.
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A British student accused of hacking into United States government computer systems will be extradited from Britain, to face trial in America, a judge in London has decided.
Lauri Love, 31, from Stradishall, Suffolk, is accused of hacking dozens of websites, including those belonging to the FBI, the US missile defence agency, the US central bank and NASA. If convicted, Love, who has Asperger’s Syndrome, will face a maximum penalty of 99 years in prison.
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Footage appears to show members of the Free Syrian Army filming a propaganda video before one rebel accidentally triggers the blast
This is the horrific moment a Syrian rebel appears to blow himself and his comrades up by using a mobile phone rigged to a bomb to take a SELFIE .
Continue reading Video: Syrian rebel takes selfie with phone rigged to bomb
- An explosion in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City went off around 8:30 p.m. ET Saturday night.
- At least 29 people were injured, one possibly seriously.
- A second possible device resembling a pressure cooker was found four blocks from the scene of the explosion.
- NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio calls the explosion “an intentional act.”
- Currently no evidence of a terror connection.
Continue reading ‘AN INTENTIONAL ACT’: Dozens injured in New York City explosion
North Korea put detained American Matthew Miller on trial Sunday, according to reports.
Details of the charges that he faced or of possible punishments were not announced before the trial, according to the Associated Press.
Continue reading Trial Held in North Korea for American Who Violated Tourist Status
Sinaloa cartel bosses had a problem. They were holding a hostage and needed to get the $140,000 ransom his family agreed to pay from the United States to Mexico in the form of pesos.
Continue reading L.A. fashion district firms raided in cartel money laundering probe