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Digital Music Report 2013

Digital Music Report 2013

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Digital Music Report 2013
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IFPI Digital MusicReport2013
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9 in 10o thE most watchEd vidEoson YoutubEarE music
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Music is an engine o the digital world 22-23
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Fuelling digital engagement 
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Fuelling hardware adoption
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Driving the live entertainment industry 
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 Attracting customers, driving profts
Going global: the promise o emerging markets 24-27
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Brazil: A market set to surge
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Russia: Hurdles to growth can be overcome
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India: Nearing an all-time high
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 Strong market potential in The Netherlands
Engaging with online intermediaries 28-30
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 Advertising: tackling a major source o unding or music piracy 
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 Search engines – a vital role to play 
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Further ISP cooperation needed 
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Payment providers step up action on illegal sites
Disrupting illegal online businesses 31
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Disrupting unlicensed cyberlockers
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Reducing pre-release leaks
Digital music services worldwide 32-34Introduction 4-5
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Plácido Domingo, chairman, IFPI 
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Frances Moore, chie executive, IFPI 
An industry on the road to recovery:Facts and gures 6-10Global best sellers 11-13
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Top selling albums
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Top selling singles
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 Strong local repertoire sales
Digital music uels innovation 14-17
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Download stores receive a boost rom the cloud 
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 Subscription services come o age
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 Subscription transorming the industry’s business model 
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Growth or music video
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The next generation radio experience
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Europe: Licensing helps digital consumers
The art o digital marketing 18-21
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One Direction mobilise an online army 
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Dance label harnesses social media
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 A personal video or every an: Linkin Park 
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Taking classical digital 
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The report includes new fndings rom a consumer study carried out by Ipsos MediaCT, commissioned by IFPI.7,502 interviews were conducted using an online survey method in November 2012, amongst a representative sample o internet users aged 16-64 in the ollowing countries:USA (1,000 interviews), Brazil (1,002), Mexico (499), UK (1,000), France (1,000), Germany (1,000), Sweden (501), Japan (1,000), South Korea (500). These nine countriesrepresent 80 per cent o global recorded music sales (source: IFPI). Results have been weighted to represent the population o internet users aged 16-64 years in each country.© IFPI 2013. All data, copy and images are subject to copyright and may not be reproduced, transmitted or made available without permission rom IFPI.
www.ipi.org@ipi_orgDesigned by Band: www.bandlondon.co.uk
Cover photo credits:
Michel Teló.
Photo by Fernando Hiro.
Adele.
Photo by Mari Sarii.
 PSY.
Photo by Universal Music.
Lady Gaga.
Photo by Meeno.
Michael Bublé.
Photo by WMG.
 

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