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Introduction

Covers AIE and AUME 2014 income, music discovery, brand sponsorships, and Sweden and Norway 1H15 trade sales

Highlights

  • AIE, the Spanish performers’ society, has reported a fall in collections for last year. Total income slipped 2.7%, to €26.3m ($35m), from €27m in 2013.
  • Austrian mechanical rights collection society Austro Mechana (AUME) has reported a 3.7% fall in collections for 2014. According to the society, total collections were down, to €21.1m ($28m), from €21.9m in 2013.

Features and Benefits

  • The research note details the latest music industry statistics with an assessment of how the figures impact on the wider music industry.
  • The research note evaluates the recorded music markets of Sweden and Norway and explains how the shift from ownership in progressing

Key questions answered

  • How did the change in the way private copying remuneration is paid in Spain affect performers' royalty payments in 2014?
  • What caused recorded music sales in Sweden and Norway to rise in the first six months of this year?

Table of contents

AIE and AUME 2014 income, music discovery, brand sponsorships, Sweden and Norway 1H15 trade sales

  • Private copying slump dents AIE collections in 2014
  • Steady year for Austro Mechana
  • Music discovery and cross-industry-sector benefits
  • Consumers positive to brands associated with live music
  • Sweden returns to mid-year trade revenue growth
  • Streaming and vinyl gains boost Norwegian trade sales

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