Vinyl Isn't Dead. Sales Are Growing. Here's Why

April 22 (Bloomberg) -- We live in a digital music world, but vinyl is a music marketer's best friend. New stats show demand for LPs (sold at retailers like Whole Foods and Urban Outfitters) is rising. Often times, vinyl now also includes the digital version of the album. Take Macklemore & Lewis' "The Heist," which is still in demand on Vinyl over a year after its release. As part of the "Wiring the World" series, Bloomberg's Jon Erlichman went to check out one of the few remaining factories where records are made. (Source: Bloomberg)

Possible Surprises From the Bank of Japan
37:02 - Alan Higgins, chief investment officer at Coutts & Company, discusses possible monetary policy from the Bank of Japan and outlook for the country’s economy overall. He speaks with Manus Cranny and Caroline Hyde on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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