RIN 2014

RIN 2014
Recording Industry in Numbers - doroczny raport IFPI podsumowujący najświeższą wiedzę na temat przemysłu płytowego na świecie oraz w poszczególnych krajach. Warto wiedzieć, jakie są trendy, bo one w znacznym stopniu wpłyną na strukturę sprzedaży sprzętu audio

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– Overall global recorded music trade revenues declined by 3.9 per cent in 2013. This was heavily influenced by the 16.7 per cent decline in Japan, a market at the start of its digital transition. Excluding Japan, global revenues were essentially flat, declining by 0.1 per cent. Europe saw growth for the first time in 12 years and the market also increased in value in North America and Latin America.

– The US remains at the head of the top 20 markets table and saw consolidation in 2013; the top six markets in Europe – France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden and the UK – all saw growth. There was strong digital growth in many emerging markets including Argentina (+68.5%), Peru (+148.5%), South Africa (+106.8%) and Venezuela (+84.9%).

– Revenue from digital channels increased by 4.3 per cent in 2013 and now accounts for 39 per cent of overall industry trade revenues. Downloads remain the biggest source of digital revenues, accounting for 67 per cent of the digital market in 2013.

– Revenues from subscription services surged by 51.3 per cent in 2013, passing the US$1 billion mark for the first time. Global revenues from subscription and advertising-supported streams now account for 27 per cent of digital revenues, up from 14 per cent in 2011. It is estimated that more than 28 million people worldwide now pay for a music subscription, up from 20 million in 2012 and just eight million in 2010. Music subscription, which has helped transform Sweden and Norway in recent years, is now having a similar positive impact in Denmark and Netherlands.

– Global performance rights revenue crossed the US$1 billion threshold in 2013. This income from broadcasts and public performance increased by 19.0 per cent in 2013 to hit US$1.1 billion, now accounting for 7 per cent of total record industry revenue.

– The IFPI Global Recording Artist Chart was topped by One Direction. The chart captured the popularity of artists across multiple licensed channels, including streams on access services such as YouTube and Spotify as well as ownership services such as download stores and physical sales across 2013. One Direction also topped the Top 50 Global Albums Chart with Midnight Memories, while the Top 10 Global Singles Chart was topped by Robin Thicke featuring T.I and Pharrell Williams with Blurred Lines.

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