BPI and ERA figures reveal music’s growth in the UK in 2018
Posted on: 3 janvier 2019, by : Stuart Dredge

British industry bodies the BPI and ERA have published figures showing how the UK’s recorded-music market grew in 2018.
One of the headlines: an 8.9% growth last year in recorded-music sales to £1.33bn (around $1.68bn). It will come as no surprise that streaming was key to this.
ERA’s stats show that spending on streaming subscriptions in the UK grew by 37.7% in 2018 to £829.1m – more than 62% of the total figure. Physical sales declined by 16.6% to £383.2m, while music-downloads sales fell by 25.7% to £122.6m.
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Source: Music ally

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