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Introduction

SENA has reported a rise in total licensing income for 2018. The Dutch collection society representing performers and producers (record companies) said that domestic receipts increased for the fourth consecutive year and that international collections returned to growth after two years of decline.

Highlights

  • Total domestic invoiced licensing revenue registered growth, but overseas invoiced revenue fell. However, distributions in both the Netherlands and abroad were up.

Features and Benefits

  • Details the performance of Dutch neighboring rights society SENA.
  • Examines collections by source as well as distributions to members and changes in international receipts.

Key questions answered

  • What is the biggest revenue source for producers and performers collected by SENA?
  • Which country accounts for the biggest share of international revenue for SENA?

Table of contents

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  • Summary
  • SENA reports rise in licensing collections
  • Drop in bankruptcies boosts general licensing collections
  • Sharp rise in US rights payments

Appendix

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