Digital revenues accounted for 82% of music companies' total turnover in Denmark in the first half of 2014, as total income grew 2%.
New figures from trade body the IFPI show that 63% of recorded music revenue in the period came from streaming, with downloads accounting for 19%.
Physical sales, including both CDs and vinyl, made up just 18% of total revenues.
In total, streaming revenues stood at 117 million Danish Krone (£12.49m) in the six months. This represented an ...
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