One-Fifth Of Record Company Revenue In The UK Comes Outside Of Music Sales

One-Fifth Of Record Company Revenue In The UK Comes Outside Of Music Sales

The music industry is looking beyond traditional sales to increase revenue.

Naresh Kumar
  • 6 august 2010

The Telegraph reports how the music industry in the UK is adapting itself, and developing new revenue streams apart from the traditional sales of music CDs and downloads. These ‘secondary revenues’ that include income from concerts, merchandise and film and TV rights made up almost 20 percent of total sales by record companies last year. Geoff Taylor of the BPI, the British record industry’s trade association, says:

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