French electronic music sales up 3.3% in H1

Thursday 10 September 2009 | 11:42 CET | News
Music publishers' revenues from French electronic music sales rose by 3.3 percent to EUR 37.6 million in the first half, compared to 56 percent growth to EUR 36.5 million in the year-earlier period, according to music labels' association SNEP. Fixed internet download revenues increased by 39 percent to EUR 17.8 million, mobile phone music revenues fell by 51 percent to EUR 9.8 million and sales from other sources (streaming and subscription) trebled to EUR 10 million. Of fixed internet downloads, track sales revenues rose by 20 percent and album sales revenues rose by 43 percent. In mobile

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Countries: France
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