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The Music Industry and Online Piracy by the Numbers

n by D. larael Peralta> isrnelp THE MUSIC INDUSTRY & ONLINE PIRACY BY THE NUMBERS >II Who Owns the Music Industry? According to an IFPI report published in August 2005, the "Big Four" accounted for 71.7% of retail music sales: EMI EMI Group 13.4% A Snoop Dogg SONY Sony Music Entertainment Warner Music Group 21.5% 11.3% * Shakira Jay-Z UNIVERSAL Universal Independent labels 28.3% Music Group 25.5% * Lady Gaga Source. IFFI (2005) - http://enwiapedia.org/wic/Musc_rdstry+Statsses >II How Much Are They Making? II Sates by Genre II Sales By Country 65 35% 40 30% 35 64 30 25% 25 63 20% 15% 62 10% 61 60 0% 2006 2007 2008 2009 US Japan UK Germany France Others (Revenues are for record labels, music publishers, recording/performing artists, composers, concert venues and merchandise companies; incldes revenues from sales of physical recordings, digital music services (online and mobile), music publishing and live music.) Share % $ US Million Source FPI (2004) -http//www.fpiorg/content/brary worldsales2004pal Source eMarketer-htlp://www.emarketer.com/ Rieportaspx?code-amarlocter_2000428 Source RIAA (US 2008)- http//767424 142/BEF3BBDA 8FD3-TAME-C208-CDFIADEBB179 pdf >II Where Does the Money G0? For a new album with a list price of $15.99. $0.90 $0.82 $0.80 $0.80 $1.60 Artists' $3.89 $2.91 $2.40 Marketing /Promotion $1.70 Label Retail overhead Label overhead profit royalties Source Almighty Iretitute of Music Retal - http//www.airightyretaicom/music_retail/ad sales chartphp Distribution Publishing royalties Retail profit Packaging/manufacturing Musicians' unions $0.17 Rise of Disital Music 20% 30% 36% I Digital Physical 80% 70% 64% 2007 2008 2009 Source: NPD Group INC-http://www.mntcon/blog/trends/music-retal-the-ise-of-digtal/Pdisplaywide >II Disital Music's Growth (2003-2009) >Il iTunes is the largest Music retailer in the US US$20 m 1 million 50 In February 24, 2010, iTunes sold its 10 billionth song. 2003 I 2009 400 It was "Guess Things Happen That Way" by Johnny Cash, downloaded by 71-year-old Louie Sulcer of Woodstock, Georgia. He received a call from Steve Jobs and a $10,000 iTunes gift card. 11 million US$4.2 Billiọn Music Service Songs Available Industry's Digital Revenues Source: Apple (2010)-http://enwikipedis.org/wk/ Tunes StoretMusic_2 Source IFFI (2009)- http://www.fpiorg/cortent/ibaty/DMR2010pdf >II TOP 10 Digital Sones 2009 Chart includes online ARTIST TITLE SALES (millions) single tracks, audio and video mastertones, • Lady Gaga > Black Eyed Peas Jason Mraz Lady Gaga > Black Eyed Peas Taylor Swift > Beyoncé Poker Face 9.8 ringback tones and full track downloads to mobile. Period of 12 months to November Boom Boom Pow 8.5 I'm Yours 8.1 Just Dance 7.7 2009. Sales are rounded. Combines all versions of I Gotta Feeling 7.1 the same song. Love Story 6.5 Single Ladies 6.1 Soulja Boy Tell'Em Kiss Me Thru The Phone 5.7 > Kanye West Heartless 5.5 Britney Spears Circus 5.5 Souron: FFI (2009) - hittp://www.fplorg/content/library/CMR2010pdf >II 95% is the PIRACY RATE claimed by the industry Taking a closer look at the full reports, only 10% of the claimed illegal downloads are seen as a loss in sales. >II The Avera9e Teen's iPod Has $800 OF Pirated Music >II From 60 million to barely 20 Top 10 top-selling albums in the U.S. sold a combined 60 million According to 2008 survey in the UK, on average every iPod or digital music player contains 842 illegally copied songs. copies in 2000. In 2006, they sold just 25 million. 61% of all songs are illegally downloaded by 14 to Source:http://www.rolingstone.com/news/story/15137581/ the_record_industrys_decine 17-year-olds. Source:http://lechnologytimesonine.cO uk/tal/news/tech and web/ personal_tech/article41445a5ece >II The Decline of Album Sates Millions sold 1000 800 600 400 200 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Source: http//www.coofer.c O Design by D. Israel Peralta > israelperalta.daportfolio.com III| Rap/Hip-hop IIIII R&B/Urban Knunoɔ IIIIIII I| Pop II Religious Classical

The Music Industry and Online Piracy by the Numbers

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This infographic provides information about the music industry, the record companies that control the majority of the industry, and the how the money they make is distributed. It also provides informa...

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