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Growth in profitability of the music market in Norway 2011-2015, by sub-sector

Growth in profitability of the music market’s sub-sectors in Norway from 2011 to 2015

Growth in profitability of the music market in Norway 2011-2015, by sub-sector This statistic displays the growth in profitability of the music market’s sub-sectors in Norway from 2011 to 2015. Over this period, the rights administration as well as the copyrights owners and management sectors grew constantly. The sectors for recorded music, live music and music instruments reported a fluctuation. As of 2015, the Norwegian music rights administration had grown by 72.4 percent, copyright owners and management reported a growth of 12.8 percent and live music a growth of 4.8 percent. The profitability growth of the music instruments sector was 1.4 percent, while the growth of recorded music was 1.1 percent that year.
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Growth in profitability of the music market’s sub-sectors in Norway from 2011 to 2015

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This statistic displays the growth in profitability of the music market’s sub-sectors in Norway from 2011 to 2015. Over this period, the rights administration as well as the copyrights owners and management sectors grew constantly. The sectors for recorded music, live music and music instruments reported a fluctuation. As of 2015, the Norwegian music rights administration had grown by 72.4 percent, copyright owners and management reported a growth of 12.8 percent and live music a growth of 4.8 percent. The profitability growth of the music instruments sector was 1.4 percent, while the growth of recorded music was 1.1 percent that year.
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