NEW YORK - OCTOBER 1: People look at compact disks in a music store October 1, 2004 in New York City. A recent study by the International Federation Of The Phonographic Industry (IFPI) shows that after years of losses, there has been an increase in album and music video sales worldwide. According to the report, sales have been decreased over the last four years but have begun making a recovery. In the world's largest market, North America, sales are up four percent in the first half of the year, compared to a 10 percent drop in 2003. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
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Best Buy Is Pulling CDs And Won’t Be Selling Them Anymore

With the rise of popularity in digital music, the CD is becoming history and Best Buy is pulling them from store shelves. See when they plan to stop selling CDs…

MSN.com says that Best Buy was one of the biggest music merchandisers in the US but with digital music on the rise, they’ll be pulling all CDs from store shelves by July 1st of this year.

The move is shocking some folks who have turned to social media to vent their surprise at the news:

The article says that Target may be next. Are you surprised that CDs are growing obsolete?

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