IFPI RIN 2015 PDF

IFPI publishes Recording Industry in Numbers - an essential guide to the global music market 20th April IFPI today publishes its annual Recording Industry in Numbers, providing comprehensive data for almost 50 territories and in-depth analysis of industry and consumer trends across the global recorded music sector. Key highlights of the edition include: Revenue streams. Streaming has overtaken download revenue in no fewer than 37 markets with subscription revenue now worth 23 per cent of the total digital market. Market trends. Comprehensive data on global, regional and national music market trends, focusing both on and past years.

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IFPI publishes Recording Industry in Numbers - an essential guide to the global music market 20th April IFPI today publishes its annual Recording Industry in Numbers, providing comprehensive data for almost 50 territories and in-depth analysis of industry and consumer trends across the global recorded music sector. Key highlights of the edition include: Revenue streams. Streaming has overtaken download revenue in no fewer than 37 markets with subscription revenue now worth 23 per cent of the total digital market.

Market trends. Comprehensive data on global, regional and national music market trends, focusing both on and past years. The overall market in was essentially flat, with revenues declining by 0. National and regional markets. Latin America is the region with the fastest digital growth in recent years, with revenues up 7. Consumer research. The RIN features exclusive data from Ipsos across 13 of the leading music markets showing changing consumer behaviour in accessing music.

Analysis of the shift from ownership to access to music, increasing consumption on mobile devices, and comparative consumption from licensed and unlicensed sources. Global charts. IFPI compiled three definitive global charts of the top 50 global albums chart; the top 20 global digital singles chart; and its Global Recording Artist Chart, topped by Taylor Swift in , which honours the most popular artists across physical formats, downloads and streaming.

Innovations in digital services. Mobile music. Analysis of the key developments in technology that are enabling consumers to access music in increasingly varied ways such as the growth of smartphones and music apps. Within its pages is analysis of global trends in the business and in-depth statistics covering almost 50 markets worldwide. The broad picture that emerges is of an industry that has transformed itself for the digital age, adapting its business models and licensing hundreds of services and millions of tracks for use online.

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IFPI RIN 2015 PDF

Tojagami Itpi from digital channels increased by 4. The new model monetizes consumption on smartphones which are becoming ubiquitous in emerging markets. It continues to prove an invaluable source of authoritative. The IFPI today announced its annual assessment of the size of the global recorded music business. Resources All about music online. Global performance rights revenue increased by 8. We are now somewhere close to that bottom but we need to be careful not to read too much into 1 st half sales.

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