BPI think the future of recording industry is bright

News: 22nd March 2013 by Louise Dodgson under Finance, Law & Music Business, Record Labels

A recent speech made by BPI chairman Tony Wadsworth at a music conference in Berlin claims that the future of the recording industry is positive, following much discussion over the years that this aspect of the industry is dying out as we move further and further into a digital era.

With revenues from digital music gradually rising to counteract falling physical music format sales, Tony believes that more than half of the recording industry's money will come from digital sales and boosted by the likes of 4G and networked devices. Read more via the links below, as well as finding out more about BPI's recent report Digital Music Nation 2013.

Related Links

http://www.musicweek.com/news/read/wadsworth-uk-music-revenues-will-be-majority-digital-this-year/054027

http://www.thecmuwebsite.com/article/wadsworth-optimistic-that-record-industry-recovery-is-real/

http://www.musicweek.com/news/read/bpi-report-predicts-new-digital-music-tipping-point/053484

http://www.bpi.co.uk/assets/files/BPI_Digital_Music_Nation_2013.PDF


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bpi, tony wadsworth, digital music, music industry, recording industry, music business

 

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