BMG CEO Hartwig Masuch has told Music Week that the UK is a “massive driver” of the company’s growth.
BMG issued half-year results following a strong 2019 UK chart performance, including No.1 albums from Kylie Minogue with Step Back In Time (63,459 sales to date – Official Charts Company) and Jack Savoretti with Singing To Strangers (105,475 sales).
BMG has seen its revenues skew increasingly towards recordings, following a focus on publishing in its first decade.
“We are very convinced ...
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