According to a vendor site like http://directtelevisionpackages.com there are over 80 streaming music TV channels and that’s just one way the kids, these days, are getting their music fix. Remember a time when you actually had to go to a record store? Remember when you literally ran home from school because you had to turn on MTV just in time to catch a premier music video?
Things sure are different these days and it’s not all bad. Listed below are a few ways the newer generations are getting their music:
1. iTunes and iPods and iPhones (Oh My!) are the primary means. Convenience is the name of the game when it comes to getting music. What’s convenient? Storing an entire digital library on a single mobile device which can be accessed on a whim.
2. Satellite radio is also pretty big these days. Much like the TV channels we mentioned earlier, sat radio offers lots of channels for specific genres. The real draw here, though, as opposed to regular old radio is no ad interruptions and no radio edits.
3. TV. Depending on who you get your cable service from, there are lots of streaming music channels that you can just leave going in the background while you do your homework or make a snack.