UK digital music sales grow by a quarter in 2011 - study

Thursday 16 February 2012 | 15:52 CET | News
UK digital music revenues reached GBP 281.6 million in 2011, up 24.7 percent from 2010, according to data released by the British Recorded Music Industry Association (BPI). Total digital music income – earnings from online downloads, subscriptions, ad-supported services and mobile – now accounts for more than a third (35.4%) of UK recorded music turnover, up from 27.4 percent in 2010. Digital albums generated GBP 117.8 million in sales income, up 43.2 percent from GBP 82.2 million in 2010, with sales of digital tracks up 11.3 percent to GBP 120.5 million, from GBP 108.3 million. Income from

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