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FRONTLINE wants to know: With all the changes in the music industry over the past few years, has the way you've obtained your music changed? How do you get the majority of your music? Take this poll and then join our online discussion.
Download through paid service (ex: iTunes, MusicMatch, Napster)
Download through free peer-to-peer service (ex: LimeWire, Kazaa)
Purchase at a music retail outlet
Purchase at a "big box" retail store (ex: Wal-Mart, Target, Best Buy)
Purchase at an online retail outlet (ex: Amazon.com)
Other (ex: Purchase directly from the artist, at a concert, etc.)
What is your age? (optional)
40 and older
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posted may 27, 2004
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