SENA, the Dutch collection society representing performers and producers (record companies), has reported a rise in total licensing income for 2017.
- Domestic receipts increased for the third consecutive year and more than offset a second annual dip in international collections. Total domestic invoiced licensing revenue registered growth, but overseas invoiced revenue fell.
Features and Benefits
- Details the 2017 financial results for the Dutch neighboring rights society SENA.
- Assesses collections by source and examines international collections and distributions.
Key questions answered
- What is the biggest revenue source for performers and producers in the Netherlands?
- What caused collections from Germany to more than double last year?
Table of contents
SENA reports rise in licensing collections
General licensing boosts domestic performance
Big rise in German rights payments