iTunes Accounted For 60% Of Digital Music Revenues In 2012

From CultOfMac:

It was only yesterday that we found out that music streaming apps like Spotify and Rdio are helping kill music piracy, as the music industry reported that global revenue rose in 2012 for the first time in 13 years.

Well, according to a different report that crunched some serious numbers, Apple’s iTunes Store played a big part in the music industry’s growth, by accounting for 60 percent of global digital music revenues.
Horace Dediu at Asymco reported today that iTunes accounted for 60% of total industry revenues in 2012.