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Introduction

A full round-up of all the most relevant music statistics details for the past two weeks

Highlights

  • Canadian authors’ society SOCAN has published preliminary financial results for 2014 that show collections increased to record levels.
  • Satellite radio service SiriusXM has reported positive final-quarter and full-year earnings details.
  • Global revenues from authors’ rights edged down 0.8% in 2013, to €7.76bn ($10.3bn), from €7.82bn in 2012, according to the annual Global Collections Report published by the CISAC.

Features and Benefits

  • The research note provides a full round-up of all the most relevant music statistics details for the past two weeks
  • The round-up covers SOCAN collections, SiriusXM financials, CISAC collection report, WiMP/Tidal user metrics, SME sales, and Pandora results

Key questions answered

  • How did Canadian authors' society SOCAN perform in 2014?
  • Why was the financial sector not so impressed with online radio service Pandora's latest set of financials?

Table of contents

SOCAN collections, SiriusXM financials, CISAC collection report, WiMP/Tidal user metrics, SME sales, Pandora results

  • SOCAN reports second straight year of record collections
  • Good year for SiriusXM with revenue and profit growth
  • Solid 2013 for global authors’ rights collections
  • Aspiro reports WiMP/Tidal user metrics following Jay-Z bid
  • Increased recorded music sales boost SME earnings in 3Q FY14
  • Investors unconvinced by Pandora revenue and listener growth

Appendix

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