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A full report on all aspects of France's music industry.


  • After a year of growth in 2013, trade revenue from recorded music in France fell 5.3% last year, according to figures published by the music trade association SNEP.

Features and Benefits

  • The report details all aspects of the French music industry
  • It covers recorded music, music retail, intellectual property rights, royalty collections, broadcasting, and live music.

Key questions answered

  • How big is the French recorded music industry?
  • What are the key issues facing the French live music industry?

Table of contents

Recorded music

  • Music sales return to contraction in 2014
  • Shift of ownership to access gathers pace
  • Dividing up the subscription service pie
  • Market share gains for all the majors

Music retail

  • FNAC the music retail leader
  • Deezer the subscription leader
  • Mobile sector fosters digital music growth

Copyright protection and rights administration

  • Change of approach
  • Royalty collections
  • Rise in performance rights


  • Competitive radio sector
  • Traditional TV viewing faces up to online pressure


  • Concentration at the top
  • Difficulties elsewhere
  • Conferences and conventions


  • Methodology
  • Author

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