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IFPI國際總會公布2018年全球音樂報告  (IFPI GLOBAL MUSIC REPORT)

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IFPI全球音樂報告:全球音樂唱片收入成長9.7%

  • 在付費串流音樂的推動下,串流音樂總收入增加了34.0%,佔所有收入將近一半
  • 拉丁美洲連續四年成長最高
  • 亞洲及澳大拉西亞合併實體和數位成為第二大區域市場

請參閱IFPI「產業現況報告

根據代表全球唱片業組織的IFPI,全球音樂唱片市場在2018年成長了9.7%,這是連續第四年成長。4月2日IFPI公布的2019年全球音樂報告顯示,2018年的總收入為191億美元。

在付費串流訂閱量成長32.9%的推動下,串流音樂收入增加了34%,將近全球收入的一半(47%)。截至2018年底,有2.55億付費串流音樂服務的用戶,付費串流音樂佔音樂唱片總收入的37%,串流音樂成長抵消了實體收入減少10.1%和下載收入減少21.2%的影響。

唱片公司所驅動的投資、創新和夥伴關係激勵藝人與世界各地的粉絲建立聯繫,同時也是在高潛力市場成長的動能。拉丁美洲是連續第四年成長最快的地區(+ 16.8%),其中巴西(+ 15.4%)和墨西哥(+ 14.7%)成長強勁。亞洲和澳大拉西亞(成長11.7%)實體和數位合併收入成長成為第二大區域市場,韓國成長尤為強勁(+ 17.9%)。

IFPI國際總裁Frances Moore表示:「去年展現連續第四年成長。這是來自世界各地唱片公司中才華洋溢、充滿熱情的夥伴們與絕妙的藝人合作的精彩音樂所致。

唱片公司持續在成熟市場和發展中地區的藝人、人才和創新方面進行投資,這些市場不斷地受益於成為今日的全球音樂領域的一份子。

隨著音樂市場的不斷成長和發展,亟需具有適當的法律和商業架構來確保音樂的公平價值,並將收益回饋給權利人,用以支撐下一個發展週期。

我們持續在世界各地致力於尊重和承認音樂版權,藉由公平競爭環境的建立,為創作音樂的人爭取合理交易,以解決價值落差。最重要的是,我們將竭力確保音樂繼續其激動人心的世界旅程。」

2018年的重要數據

  • 全球收入成長:+ 9.7%
  • 串流音樂收入佔全球總收入的47%
  • 付費串流音樂收入成長:+ 32.9%
  • 實體收入:-10.1%
  • 下載收入:-21.2%

 PRESS RELEASE

 IFPI GLOBAL MUSIC REPORT:

GLOBAL RECORDED MUSIC REVENUES GROW 9.7%

  • Total streaming revenues grew 34.0% to nearly half of all revenue, driven by paid streaming
  • Latin America shows highest regional growth for fourth consecutive year
  • Asia and Australasia second-largest region for physical and digital formats combined

The global recorded music market grew by 9.7% in 2018, the fourth consecutive year of growth, according to IFPI, the organisation that represents the recorded music industry worldwide. Figures released today in IFPI’s show total revenues for 2018 were US$19.1 billion.

Streaming revenue grew by 34.0% and accounted for almost half (47%) of global revenue, driven by a 32.9% increase in paid subscription streaming. There were 255 million users of paid streaming services at the end of 2018, with paid streaming accounting for 37% of total recorded music revenue. Growth in streaming more than offset a 10.1% decline in physical revenue and a 21.2% decline in download revenue.

Record company-driven investment, innovation and partnerships are supporting artists to connect with fans around the world whilst also yielding dynamic growth in high-potential markets. For the fourth consecutive year, Latin America was the fastest-growing region (+16.8%) with Brazil (+15.4%) and Mexico (+14.7%) growing strongly. The Asia and Australasia region (+11.7%) grew to become the second-largest region for combined physical and digital revenue, with especially strong growth in South Korea (+17.9%).

Frances Moore, chief executive of IFPI, said: “Last year represented the fourth consecutive year of growth, driven by great music from incredible artists in partnership with talented, passionate people in record companies around the world.

“Record companies continue their investment in artists, people and innovation both in established markets and developing regions that are increasingly benefitting from being part of today’s global music landscape.

“As music markets continue to develop and evolve, it is imperative that the appropriate legal and business infrastructure is in place to ensure that music is fairly valued, and that the revenues are returned to rights holders to support the next cycle of development.

“We continue to work for the respect and recognition of music copyright around the world, and for the resolution of the value gap by establishing a level playing field for negotiating a fair deal for those who create music. Above all, we are working to ensure that music continues its exciting, global journey.”

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