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Norwegian authors' society TONO described last year's performance as good, although it failed to repeat the record-breaking royalty collections of 2015.


  • TONO described last year's performance as good due to the fact that new licensing agreements and back payments overly inflated collections in 2015, making a year-on-year performance comparison not strictly accurate.

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  • The research note details the 2016 royalty collection financials published by Norwegian collection society TONO.
  • The note examines which royalty sectors registered the most positive performance.

Key questions answered

  • What share of royalty collections in Norway come from digital sources?
  • Why did digital collections go down in 2016 compared with 2015?

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  • Summary
  • TONO reports collection and distribution decline
  • Broadcasting the domestic collection leader
  • Digital collections down, but the underlying trend is for growth


  • Author

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