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A round-up of key music statistics from the last two weeks.


  • Japanese entertainment company Avex Group has reported a fall in sales and net income for its 2015 financial year.
  • US-based copyright enforcement company Rightscorp has reported a big drop in revenue in the first quarter of this year compared with the same period of 2015.

Features and Benefits

  • Details the latest statistics news related to the music industry.
  • Includes Avex FY15 financials and Rightscorp, CIE, and T4F 1Q16 earnings as well as APRA AMCOS digital collection details.

Key questions answered

  • What was the cause of Rightscorp's big fall in revenue in 1Q16?
  • What plans does Avex Group of Japan have to boost future earnings?

Table of contents

Avex FY15 financials; Rightscorp, CIE, and T4F 1Q16 earnings; APRA AMCOS digital collections

  • Fall in Avex Group revenue and net income
  • Lower revenue and higher losses for Rightscorp
  • Major international artists boost CIE earnings
  • Record-breaking quarter for T4F
  • Big rise in Australian digital collections


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