French market slips 2.3% with digital now 55% of music revenues
Posted on: 27 juillet 2017, by : Eamonn Forde

New figures published by French industry body SNEP show that digital is now the biggest part of the French recorded music market. In the first six months of 2017, it accounted for 55% of recorded music revenues in the country.
Unlike in other major territories, streaming is not yet managing to counter the physical and downloads decline. While the French market was worth €189.5m in the first half of this year, that was a fall of 2.3% from the €193.9m in H1 2016. While streaming revenue was up 27.3% to €87.5m, the physical market tumbled 18.2% to a value of €85.1m.
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