IFPI全球音樂報告顯示全球錄製音樂收入增長9.7%,串流成長34%

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  • IFPI全球音樂報告顯示全球錄製音樂收入增長9.7%,串流成長34%

      201904/2315:15

    ◎根據錄製音樂產業貿易團體IFPI(國際唱片業協會)的2019年全球音樂報告,全球錄製音樂市場在2018年增長了9.7%,這是連續第4年的增長。2018年的音樂產業總收入為191億美元。

    ◎由於付費訂閱串流增加了32.9%,驅動串流收入增長了34%,佔全球收入的47%。截至2018年底,有2.55億名用戶付費訂閱串流服務,付費串流佔錄製音樂總收入的37%;串流的增長首次抵消了實體收入下降10.1%和下載收入下降21.2%的影響。

    ◎拉丁美洲已是連續第4年成為全球增長最快的地區,增長率為16.8%,其中增長15.4%的巴西和增長14.7%的墨西哥是增長最強勁的兩個國家。亞洲和澳洲地區增長11.7%,成為綜合實體和數位收入增長第二多的區域,其中韓國增長17.9%尤為強勁。

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    The global recorded music market was up 9.7% in 2018. That's the fourth consecutive year of growth, according to the recorded music industry trade group IFPI's Global Music Report 2019. Total revenue for 2018 was $19.1 billion.

    Streaming revenue grew 34% and accounted for 47% of global revenue, driven by a 32.9% increase in paid subscription streaming. There were 255 million users of paid streaming services at the end of 2018, with paid streaming accounting for 37% of total recorded music revenue.

    For the first time, growth in streaming more than offset a 10.1% decline in physical revenue and a 21.2% decline in download revenue.

    For the fourth consecutive year, Latin America was the fastest-growing region (+16.8%) with Brazil (+15.4%) and Mexico (+14.7%) growing strongly. The Asia and Australasia region (+11.7%) grew to become the second-largest region for combined physical and digital revenue, with especially strong growth in South Korea (+17.9%).

    Frances Moore, chief executive of IFPI, said:

    "Last year represented the fourth consecutive year of growth, driven by great music from incredible artists in partnership with talented, passionate people in record companies around the world.

    "Record companies continue their investment in artists, people and innovation both in established markets and developing regions that are increasingly benefiting from being part of today's global music landscape.

    "As music markets continue to develop and evolve, it is imperative that the appropriate legal and business infrastructure is in place to ensure that music is fairly valued, and that the revenues are returned to rights holders to support the next cycle of development.

    "We continue to work for the respect and recognition of music copyright around the world, and for the resolution of the value gap by establishing a level playing field for negotiating a fair deal for those who create music. Above all, we are working to ensure that music continues its exciting, global journey."

     

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