Study: Internet Hasn't Hurt CD Sales

Researchers at the Harvard Business School and the University of North Carolina say sharing music files over the Internet has not adversely affected CD sales. The study compares downloads of music files with store sales of those same songs. Officials in the recording industry have long blamed file sharing for the decline in CD sales in recent years. NPR's Felix Contreras reports.

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