- How long the current trend will last.
- The streamers who may have the most resistance to rate increases.
- The specific reasons why listeners would rather pay substantial and increasing monthly fees rather than listen to free radio.
- METRICS: Exactly how much are consumers willing to pay for monthly subscriptions for streaming services?
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