It’s a safe bet that the wealthy median American consumer of the 2020s, 2030s, and 2040s will want to be entertained, and will be prepared to spend more on entertainment products and services than the median consumer in 2012, 2000, or 1980. And one way or another, a large fraction of that money will wind up in the pockets of musicians, authors, actors, and other creative professionals. Markets are unpredictable, so we can’t predict exactly how this will happen. But we should be pretty confident that it will.

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