More teenagers ignoring CDs, report says

  • Going to the mall to buy music may no longer be a rite of passage for adolescents. For the first time last year, nearly half of all teenagers bought no compact discs, a dramatic increase from 2006, when 38% of teens shunned such purchases, according to a new report released Tuesday.

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