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Following the publication of financial details for the first nine months of 2015 by the leading corporate live music industry, an assessment of how the sector has performed suggests that live music will register a better year than recorded music.


  • Combined earnings for the seven featured companies showed growth overall with just Brazilian promoter Time For Fun suffering a year-on-year decline in revenue at reported exchange rates.

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  • The research note details the financial results of seven of the world's largest live music companies.
  • The research note assesses the live music industry based on the financial results of the big seven and their share price performance.

Key questions answered

  • How many of the big seven live music companies registered increased earnings in the first nine months of 2015?
  • In share price terms, which of the big seven live music promoters have enjoyed the best year so far?

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  • Summary
  • Strong gains for the leading corporate live music giants
  • Share price performance


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