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A round-up of key music statistics from the month so far.


  • German events company CTS Eventim has published financial details for the first quarter of its 2016 financial year.
  • German events company Deutsche Entertainment (DEAG) has reported a poor start to its 2016 financial year.
  • A new report published by the umbrella organization UK Music has detailed the contribution of music tourism to the UK economy.

Features and Benefits

  • Details the main music statistics news for the first half of June.
  • Includes CTS Eventim and DEAG financials, SUISA collections for 2015, and a market-share assessment of the indie label sector.

Key questions answered

  • Which of the two leading German music promoters CTS Eventim and DEAG had the best start to 2016?
  • What share of global music trade revenue was accounted for by the indie label sector last year?

Table of contents

CTS Eventim and DEAG financials, SUISA collections, UK music tourism, indie streaming gains and market-share assessment

  • Steady start to the year for CTS Eventim
  • Difficult first quarter for DEAG
  • Stable year for Swiss collections
  • UK music tourism worth £3.7bn in 2015
  • Major streaming gains for independent record companies
  • Independent record companies dominate global market share


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