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This update provides a detailed analysis of all the main music industry sectors in Brazil.


  • Following four consecutive years of growth, trade earnings from recorded music in Brazil have edged down for two years.

Features and Benefits

  • Details all aspects of the Brazilian music industry.
  • Covers recorded-music details, music retail, royalty collections, and live sales.

Key questions answered

  • What share of recorded-music sales are generated by digital formats and services?
  • Are recorded-music sales going to increase in the next five years?

Table of contents

Recorded music

  • Shift from ownership to access slows recorded-music sales
  • Record companies

Music retail

  • Traditional music retail contraction
  • Ownership rapidly being replaced by access
  • Digital infrastructure and access

Copyright protection and rights administration

  • Copyright reform and the thorny issue of site blocking
  • Royalty collections


  • Radio still a popular medium
  • Digital TV transition continues


  • Festival popularity and problems
  • Difficult start to the year for T4F


  • Methodology
  • Author

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