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Finnish authors’ society TEOSTO has reported a record year for royalty collections from the use of music in Finland.


  • Broadcasting accounted for the biggest share of domestic performing rights.
  • Despite a big rise in digital collections, the income source remains a minor income stream for local authors and publishers.

Features and Benefits

  • Details how royalty collections in Finland fared in 2015.
  • Includes a full assessment of royalty collections by source.

Key questions answered

  • What was behind the rise in domestic performance rights collections in Finland last year?
  • What changes have been made to the way private copying collections are administered in Finland?

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  • Summary
  • Domestic collections by TEOSTO increase to record high
  • Growth for most domestic collection sources
  • Finnish music popular abroad


  • Author

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