30 Years ago today…

October 1, 2012

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On October 1, 1982 Sony changed the way we listened to music and stored our data with the release of the Compact Disc (CD). First released in Japan and six months later here in the United States. It was not cheap – coming in around $1000 and supplies were limited.

The main appeal the CD had over vinyl albums was the no-wear endurance and noise free sound.

CD sales are still going strong today, although download and streaming music have put a dent in sales.

It is hard to say what the next format will be. Some think cloud services may play a critical role in the way the next generation stores music and data. Many companies are exploring this option now.

What are your ideas on the topic?

About Barry Bestpitch

Barry Bestpitch has helped a wide range of businesses launch, re-brand, and flourish. Barry has worked in various business development , marketing positions and executive staff positions, he is experienced in all media and in small and large scale marketing. He is strong at writing business plans and proposals as well as aiding with your funding search. Barry has acted as a coach and mentor to many business owners and executives.

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