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Belgian authors’ society SABAM has reported a good year for collections with the rate of growth at its highest since 2005.


  • According to SABAM, all of the main domestic performance sectors saw a marked improvement in 2014, with notable increases in earnings from both radio and TV broadcasting.

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  • The research note details the performance of the Belgian authors' society SABAM in 2014
  • The research note assesses which music performance sectors have provided the highest revenue for authors and publishers in Belgium.

Key questions answered

  • What was the biggest source of revenue for authors and publishers in Belgium in 2014?
  • What share of royalties collected in Belgium in 2014 have been paid out?

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  • Summary
  • Collection growth in Belgium contrasts with drop in music sales
  • Retroactive collections boost commercial broadcast income


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