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This research note contains the first roundup of music statistics analysis for November 2019.


  • The combined production value of audio and music video formats in Japan in the first nine months of this year was down 6.7%, to JPY167.4bn ($1.5bn), from JPY179.4bn in the prior-year period, according to local trade association the RIAJ.

Features and Benefits

  • Details the latest music statistics and financial news for the last two weeks.
  • Includes Japan physical sales details for 9M19; a look at the EUIPO report on piracy in the region; Re:Sound results; and CIE, LNE, Apple and SiriusXM financials.

Key questions answered

  • What caused collections for Canadian neighboring rights society Re:Sound to fall in 2018?
  • Which of Live Nation Entertainment's main revenue streams suffered a fall in 3Q19?

Table of contents

Japan physical sales; EUIPO report; Re:Sound results; CIE, LNE, Apple and SiriusXM financials

  • Domestic decline dents Japanese physical music production
  • EUIPO report illustrates fall in music piracy rates
  • Fall in collections for Canada's Re:Sound
  • Sponsorship sales drive CIE revenue growth
  • Lower concert sales for Live Nation in third quarter
  • Services generate increasing share of Apple revenue
  • SiriusXM reports "robust" third quarter results


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