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Introduction

A full report on all aspects of China’s music industry.

Highlights

  • The latest IFPI figures showed trade revenue was up in 2014 with streaming the big driver of growth.

Features and Benefits

  • Learn what is being done to combat piracy in the Chinese music industry
  • Identify the biggest players in the Chinese music industry

Key questions answered

  • How big is the Chinese recorded music industry?
  • What sector of the recorded music industry is driving growth?

Table of contents

Recorded music

  • Trade sales top the $100m mark
  • The unknown retail value
  • Rising digital prospects

Mobile is at the core of China’s digital music future

  • Strong challengers to the mobile networks
  • Local Internet groups and the international music companies
  • Huayi Brothers is the music company leader

Copyright protection and rights administration

  • Difficulties associated with rights protection
  • Royalty collections

Broadcasting

  • Radio’s reach is a key factor in its popularity
  • World’s biggest TV market
  • Online TV and video

Live

  • Complicated events organization
  • Music festivals in China

Appendix

  • Methodology
  • Author

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