In 2015, global revenues from sales of recorded music rose for the first time in 20 years

The IFPI last week published research about the world’s top music markets

18th September, 2016

It’s broken record time for the music industry again.

Once more, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) has its eye on YouTube and, unlike most viewers, it is not entertained.

The IFPI last week published research it commissioned from Ipsos across the world’s top music markets. The Music Consumer Insights Report covers 13 countries including the US, Britain, France, Japan and Brazil which – between them – account for 84 per...

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