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Unclassified DSTI/ICCP/IE(2004)12/FINAL
Organisation de Coopération et de Développement EconomiquesOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
13-Dec-2005
___________________________________________________________________________________________ 
English - Or. English
DIRECTORATE FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INDUSTRY
COMMITTEE FOR INFORMATION, COMPUTER AND COMMUNICATIONS POLICY
Working Party on the Information Economy
Digital Broadband Content: MusicJT00195975
Document complet disponible sur OLIS dans son format d'origineComplete document available on OLIS in its original format
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Cancels & replaces the same document of 08 June 2005
 
DSTI/ICCP/IE(2004)12/FINAL2
FOREWORD
This report was presented to the Working Party on the Information Economy in December 2004 andwas declassified by the Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy in March 2005.The report was prepared by Dr. Sacha Wunsch-Vincent and Dr. Graham Vickery of the OECD'sDirectorate for Science, Technology and Industry. It is published on the responsibility of the Secretary-General of the OECD.
Copyright OECD, 2005.Applications for permission to reproduce or translate all or part of this material should be made to:Head of Publications Service, OECD, 2 rue André-Pascal, 75775 Paris Cedex 16, France
 
DSTI/ICCP/IE(2004)12/FINAL3
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE........................................................................................................................................................5
 
SUMMARY.....................................................................................................................................................7
 
INTRODUCTION.........................................................................................................................................13
 
Objective, scope and plan of study.............................................................................................................14
 
MUSIC MARKET INDUSTRY: HISTORY, SIZE AND DIFFERENT MUSIC CARRIERS....................16
 
Role of new music carriers and the advent of digital technology..............................................................16
 
The market for recorded music and its evolution.......................................................................................20
 
INDUSTRY STRUCTURE: TRANSFORMING VALUE CHAINS AND CHANGINGBUSINESS MODELS...................................................................................................................................36
 
Traditional record industry value chain, business models and players......................................................36
 
Traditional record industry business model...............................................................................................39
 
New Online Music Industry Value Chain, Business models and Players..................................................45
 
Downloads..................................................................................................................................................54
 
Subscription services..................................................................................................................................57
 
Digital Music Value Chain.........................................................................................................................58
 
New Value Chain and relationship to new business models......................................................................61
 
MUSIC AND PEER-TO-PEER NETWORKS.............................................................................................73
 
The rapid rise of file-sharing......................................................................................................................73
 
Nature of files traded..................................................................................................................................76
 
Music sales and file-sharing.......................................................................................................................76
 
Actions of the music industry against file-sharing.....................................................................................78
 
Commercial uses of file-sharing in the music industry..............................................................................78
 
ONLINE MUSIC, ARTISTS, AND CONSUMERS.....................................................................................80
 
The Internet, artists and the diversity of content........................................................................................80
 
Digital music, users and consumption habits.............................................................................................83
 
CHALLENGES AND POLICY CONSIDERATIONS.................................................................................84
 
Infrastructure, innovation and technology..................................................................................................84
 
Value chain and business model issues......................................................................................................87
 
Rights negotiations.....................................................................................................................................87
 
Protection of Intellectual Property Rights..................................................................................................89
 
National copyright law and the ratification of the WIPO Internet treaties.................................................89
 
Government actions that relate to the protection of IPR............................................................................90
 
Digital Rights Management.......................................................................................................................92
 
Fostering adequate legal frameworks.........................................................................................................93
 
Value-added taxes......................................................................................................................................93
 
Plurality, diversity and government support for the music industry..........................................................94
 
ANNEX 1. WIPO INTERNET TREATIES..................................................................................................95
 
ANNEX 2. LEGAL CASES INVOLVING FILE-SHARING......................................................................96
 
ANNEX 3. STATISTICAL ANNEX..........................................................................................................103
 
ANNEX 4. EXTRACT OF IFPI DIGITAL MUSIC REPORT...................................................................109
 

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