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IFPI全球音樂報告:全球唱片音樂的收入成長7.4%

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IFPI全球音樂報告:全球唱片音樂的收入成長7.4%

2021年3月23日–代表全球唱片音樂產業的IFPI表示,2020年全球唱片市場增長7.4%,連續第六年成長。IFPI今天發佈的《全球音樂報告》指出,2020年總收入為216億美元。
成長主要是來自於串流音樂的推動,特別是付費訂閱的串流音樂收入增加了18.5%。截至2020年底,付費訂戶數已達4.43億。串流音樂(包括付費訂閱和廣告支持)收入總額成長19.9%,達到134億美元,占全球唱片音樂總收入的62.1%。串流音樂收入的增加抵消了其他產品收入的下降,其中,實體收入下降了4.7%;公演權利金收入減少了10.1%,主要是因為COVID-19疫情肆虐。
唱片公司以數位為主的努力和投資為產業奠下基礎,並展現於抵禦2020年特殊情況的韌性。在充滿挑戰的一年中,唱片公司與藝人夥伴們合作,支援他們的創作和錄音,整個產業繼續推動以創新的方式讓全球歌迷體驗音樂。
IFPI國際總會總裁Frances Moore表示:「隨著世界與COVID-19疫情抗衡,提醒了我們音樂是安慰、治癒和振奮我們精神的恆久力量。
有些事情是永恆的,例如一首好歌的力量或藝人與歌迷間的連結。但有些事情已經改變了,隨著世界上太多地區被封鎖和演唱會場被迫暫停,全球每一個角落的歌迷幾乎都是透過串流欣賞音樂。
在唱片公司對藝人及其演藝生涯的持續投資以及幫助藝人以新的方式將音樂帶給歌迷的創新努力,在訂閱串流音樂的推動下,全球唱片音樂收入連續第六年成長。隨著唱片公司不斷擴大其活動足跡和文化影響力,音樂在今日比以往任何時候都具有更大的全球性的連結,並且已擴展到全球所有地區。
由於許多人受到這次疫情的影響,並擔心日益嚴重的社會不公正,唱片公司一直在努力希望為我們生活的世界做出有意義的持續貢獻。」
世界所有地區的增長
2020年,世界各地的唱片音樂收入都有所成長,其中包括:
 拉丁美洲串流音樂收入增加30.2%,占該地區總收入的84.1%,維持其全球成長最快區域的地位(15.9%)。
 亞洲成長了9.5%,數位收入首次超過該地區總收入的50%。若不包括日本(收入下降2.1%),亞洲將是成長最快的地區,成長率高達29.9%
 報告首次將非洲和中東地區納入,其唱片音樂收入增加了8.4%,主要來自中東和北非地區(37.8%)的增長。串流音樂是市場主流,收入成長36.4%。
 世界第二大唱片音樂區域的歐洲,其收入成長了3.5%,原因是強勁的串流音樂成長20.7%抵消了所有其他消費形式的下降。
 美國和加拿大地區在2020年成長了7.4%。美國市場成長7.3%,加拿大唱片音樂收入成長8.1%。



IFPI GLOBAL MUSIC REPORT:
GLOBAL RECORDED MUSIC REVENUES GROW 7.4%

23rd March 2021 – The global recorded music market grew by 7.4% in 2020, the sixth consecutive year of growth, according to IFPI, the organisation that represents the recorded music industry worldwide. Figures released today in IFPI’s Global Music Report show total revenues for 2020 were US$21.6 billion.
Growth was driven by streaming, especially by paid subscription streaming revenues, which increased by 18.5%. There were 443 million users of paid subscription accounts at the end of 2020. Total streaming (including both paid subscription and advertising-supported) grew 19.9% and reached $13.4 billion, or 62.1% of total global recorded music revenues. The growth in streaming revenues more than offset the decline in other formats’ revenues, including physical revenues which declined 4.7%; and revenues from performance rights which declined 10.1% - largely as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The work and investment of record companies has helped lay the foundations for a predominantly digital industry that proved its resilience against the extraordinary circumstances of 2020. In a challenging year, record companies have worked alongside their artist partners to support them in creating and recording music and the whole sector has continued to drive innovations in the ways fans can experience music around the world.
IFPI Chief Executive Frances Moore, said: “As the world contends with the COVID-19 pandemic, we are reminded of the enduring power of music to console, heal and lift our spirits.
“Some things are timeless, like the power of a great song or the connection between artists and fans. But some things have changed. With so much of the world in lockdown and live music shut down, in nearly every corner of the globe most fans enjoyed music via streaming.
“Fuelled by record companies’ ongoing investment in artists and their careers, along with innovative efforts to help artists bring music to fans in new ways, recorded music revenues grew globally for the sixth consecutive year, driven by subscription streaming. As record companies continue to expand their geographical footprint and cultural reach, music has become more globally connected today, than ever before and this growth has spread across all regions around the globe.
“With many impacted by the pandemic, and concerned with growing social injustices, record companies have worked hard to make a meaningful, lasting contribution to the world we want to live in.”
Growth in all the world’s regions
Recorded music revenues grew in every region around the world in 2020, including:
 Latin America maintained its position as the fastest-growing region globally (15.9%) as streaming revenues grew by 30.2% and accounted for 84.1% of the region’s total revenues.
 Asia grew 9.5% and digital revenues surpassed a 50% share of the region’s total revenues, for the first time. Excluding Japan (which saw a decline of 2.1% in revenue), Asia would have been the fastest-growing region, with exceptional growth of 29.9%
 Featured as a region in the report for the first time, recorded music revenues in the Africa & Middle East region increased by 8.4%, driven primarily by the Middle East & North Africa region (37.8%). Streaming dominated, with revenues up 36.4%.
 Revenues in Europe, the second-largest recorded music region in the world, grew by 3.5% as strong streaming growth of 20.7% offset declines in all other consumption formats.
 The US & Canada region grew 7.4% in 2020. The US market grew by 7.3% and Canadian recorded music revenues grew by 8.1%.

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