The Edison Research and Triton Digital recently discovered that AM/FM radios are how most people find new artists. Naturally, word of mouth through friends and family is second with YouTube coming in third.
“Music isn’t rewarding for them, even though other kinds of rewards, like money, are. It just doesn’t affect them,” cognitive neuroscientist Josep Marco-Pallerés found in a new study.http://cbsloc.al/1hQEW7y
When you click that little thumbs up on Facebook, you might be giving more away about yourself than just your passion for Lady Antebellum. A new study done by University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom found that […]
But you have to play it, not just listen to it, for the benefits.
Maybe that hamster wheel isn’t really all that exciting after all.
Yes, when the study interviewed 2,000 men and women ranging from 18 to 91 years old, the number one answer was any song from the 1987 film.
Do you unfriend the ex? Are you being the bigger person if you don’t unfriend? Most people are damned if they do and damned if they don’t.
It seems if every meal was a romantic one—soft lighting, mood music—we would all be a little healthier.
A new study of BitTorrent file-sharing programs over the first six months of 2012 finds that Rihanna, Adele, Gotye and Drake are among those most downloaded around the world.
This week the new fall television lineup kicks off, but some people though would rather watch another rerun of their favorite show. Turns out, this might be better for your health.
Remember the days of going to the record store to buy a new CD? Well, the Class of 2016 probably doesn’t.
Study shows that people find it hard to sing and drive at the same time. And let’s not even get started on how many people get into accidents while checking out members of the opposite sex.