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With every decision there is a decision making process which includes causes for making that decision and effect of that decision Anderson strongly believes the cause in the decline of compact disk was the rise of music download over the internet Anderson also thinks the decline of AMFM was first the cell phone and finally the iPod introduced by Steve Jobs October two thousand one While Anderson was on the right path I strongly believe there are a few other items which caused the decline of compact disk In between compact disk and the mp3 player was websites such as Pandora yahoo music and even YouTube to provide music wants and needs These websites caused a decline because it allowed users with little to no cost to listen to music and even view videos that go alone with the music This site started to pop up around the turn of the century and still to this day get thousands of view daily In between the YouTube and iPod came the MPEG Layer 3mp3 player The mp3 player is a consumer electronic device that has the primary function of storing organizing and playing audio files in contrast to a physical medium audio player The decline continued with mp3 player buyer no longer had to worry about running out of music With software such as napster buyer could download music from there compact disk and now digital store it As with this program buyers could go online and one song off a compact disk without buying song they do not like To me the iPod was the prime cause for the decline of compact disk In two thousand one Steve Jobs introduced the iPod The iPod is a combination portable digital media player and hard drive from Apple Computer Where a compact disk could only hold an hour worth of music the iPod could hold two thousand songs The iPad and tablets pushed the envelope in a
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