More records are being sold in the US than at any time since 1998. Most vinyl producers packed up and stopped production, but one Czech company hung on - and is now more successful than ever.
The Japanese tech giant stopped making vinyl records in 1989, with cassettes and compact discs dominating the market at that time. But the format's renaissance has led Sony to return it to the market.
We asked you to send us a photo of yourself with your favorite vinyl record or CD. Up for grabs was an iPod. You can find out here who won.
George Ginn runs a shop for extremely rare soundtrack recordings that came out on vinyl. He doesn’t sell any CDs. Ginn is 86 years old and his shop is known among lovers of the film score genre the world over.
Vinyl record production was reduced drastically with the introduction of the CD. But Vinyl is now making a big comeback among young people.
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