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Introduction

Trade earnings from recorded music sales and services look to be heading for a third consecutive year of growth in Italy.

Highlights

  • According to new figures provided to the local trade body FIMI by accounting firm Deloitte, trade revenue jumped almost 26% between January and September compared with the same period of 2014.

Features and Benefits

  • The research note details the remarkable performance of recorded music sales in Italy for the first nine months of this year.
  • The research note assesses the different recorded music income streams and details why certain sectors performed as well as they did.

Key questions answered

  • What was behind the big rise in recorded music sales in Italy in the first nine months of this year?
  • Which music subscription service contributed most to the rise in recorded music sales in Italy so far in 2015?

Table of contents

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  • Summary
  • Italian recorded music charges ahead in 2015
  • Strong local repertoire release schedule
  • Music subscriptions lead the digital charge

Appendix

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