Digital sales dominate Denmark music market

James Hanley

Figures released by the IFPI show 88% of Danish music companies’ revenue now comes from digital music sales.

The country's streaming revenue rose by 14% in the first half of 2015, compared with the same period last year.

Income from recorded music rose slightly by 0.4%, but physical sales were down 35%. Downloads also fell by 13%.

“The interim figures for 2015 confirm the trend we have seen over the last few years,” said IFPI Denmark director Jakob Plesner Mathiasen ...

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