Recorded music, including digital and physical formats, made up the second highest share of the total music market value in Norway in 2018. Not surprisingly, most of the revenue came from streaming services, such as Spotify or YouTube Music. In 2019, those providers generated over 700 million kroner in revenue. And it is still increasing. By contrast, the turnover of physical formats, like CDs or vinyl, steadily declined in the past years and amounted to only 59 million kroner as of 2019. This development is also reflected in the music sales volume. In 2018, the music industry recorded a sales volume of one million physical formats and downloads each. Contrary to that, the number of streams amounted to more than 13.5 billion.
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