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Dutch collection society SENA has reported a fall in total licensing income for 2016. Although domestic receipts were up year on year, lower income from the US meant international collections fell sharply.


  • General licensing was the biggest collection source for SENA members, ahead of broadcasting.

Features and Benefits

  • Details financial results for SENA for the 2016 business year.
  • Examines collections by source and explains why receipts from the US were down year on year.

Key questions answered

  • What was the cause of the fall in international collections by SENA in 2016?
  • What was the biggest collection source for SENA in 2016?

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  • Summary
  • SENA reports fall in licensing collections
  • Mixed domestic performance
  • Big drop in US rights payments


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