Thursday, April 29

A Look Back at 2009 - IFPI Publishes 'Record Industry In Numbers'




The numbers are in for 2009 as the IFPI publishes it's yearly 'Record Industry In Numbers' . While the overall picture saw a global drop of 7% in recorded music revenues there was growth in 13 key markets including Australia, Mexico, South Korea, Sweeden & the UK. The two biggest markets, the US & Japan, made up 80% of the overall decline.

For more highlights from the report head over to the IFPI - HERE

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know what the hell this is talking about or why it should matter to anyone here??

Or am I just ignorant??

Anonymous said...

80% drop in U.S. and Japan. People may be downloading songs and making CDs copies without paying for it.


http://www.jango.com/music/David+Merced

Anonymous said...

The Bastards!!

Anonymous said...

to Anon on top...I have a distinct feeling that it is supposed to be educational about the genral state of the record industry...did you read the highlights ?

Anonymous said...

Nope...I'll pass