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SUISA collections, US music publishing, new Spotify metrics, UK music tourism, SPA, and NCB income


  • Swiss authors’ society SUISA has reported a 4.1% increase in licensing revenue for 2014.

Features and Benefits

  • The research note details SUISA collections, US music publishing revenue for 2014, new Spotify metrics, UK music tourism details, SPA and NCB income for 2014
  • The research note details a number of music industry-related statistics for the mid two weeks of June

Key questions answered

  • How many paying subscribers does Spotify now have?
  • What is the value of music tourism in the UK?

Table of contents

SUISA collections, US music publishing, new Spotify metrics, UK music tourism, SPA and NCB income

  • Broadcasting and private copying boosts SUISA collections
  • US music publishing revenue down in 2014
  • New user metrics and investment for Spotify
  • UK music tourism worth £3.1bn in 2014
  • Fall in total collections for SPA in 2014
  • Sharp drop in NCB collections and distributions in 2014


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