This is the first roundup of music statistics analysis for June.
- Figures for the first three months of 2017 published by the Japanese recorded-music trade association, the RIAJ, show that the trade value of digital music sales increased 13.1%, to JPY16,070m ($148.3m), from JPY14,203m in 1Q17.
- The International Music Summit's annual report on the state of the global electronic music business has shown that the value of the sector slipped 2% last year, to $7.3bn, from $7.4bn in 2016.
Features and Benefits
- Details the last two weeks of music company financials and statistics.
- Covers first-quarter digital music sales in Japan, US teens' online platform use, SME forecasts, EDM sector performance, and SUISA collections.
Key questions answered
- What is the biggest revenue source for Swiss authors and publishers?
- What share of digital trade sales in Japan are generated by streaming?
Table of contents
Japan digital, YouTube leads for US teens, SME forecasts, EDM business review, SUISA collections
Streaming and download growth in Japan
YouTube the most popular online platform for US teens
SME forecasts slowdown in global recorded-music trade sales
Value of global electronic music business down in 2017
Steady year for Swiss collections