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Dutch authors’ societies BUMA and STEMRA have reported a third consecutive year of growth in joint collections after three consecutive annual falls.


  • Strong growth in streaming in the Netherlands resulted in an almost doubling of digital collections for BUMA. However, streaming remains a tiny source of revenue for authors and publishers in the country.

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  • The research note details performance and mechanical royalty collections in the Netherlands for 2014
  • The research note details the differences in the fortunes between performance and mechanical royalty collections in the Netherlands for 2014

Key questions answered

  • What is the biggest source of income for authors and publishers in the Netherlands?
  • How has the big rise in online music use in the Netherlands benefitted authors and publishers in the country?

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  • Summary
  • Increased collections for both BUMA and STEMRA
  • Private copying returns STEMRA to growth


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