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Digital, Physical Music Revenue Decline (Again) in Japan

Digital, Physical Music Revenue Decline (Again) in Japan | Japanese Music Industry | Scoop.it
The Recording Industry Association of Japan's annual report of digital music sales shows, yet again, a downward trend over the course of 2013, with
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Japanese Music Industry, RIAA Album Certification and New Music Business News July 7, 2013 | Musician Coaching

Japanese Music Industry, RIAA Album Certification and New Music Business News July 7, 2013 | Musician Coaching | Japanese Music Industry | Scoop.it
Studies showed Japan's music market could become the most valuable in the world, the RIAA revised its album sales certification policies, and an industry analyst looked at 10 music inventions that have created the new music business.

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Vinicius Dal'Mas's comment, July 15, 2013 9:56 PM
This article points out the potential of japanese music industry and its big inventions or re adaptations that made success in this big takeover
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Why Japan's Music Industry Is Booming… For Now - Billboard

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Why Japan's Music Industry Is Booming… For Now
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Although the Recording Industry Association of Japan are understandably pleased about Japan's music market becoming #1, they should worry about the future.

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Vinicius Dal'Mas's comment, July 15, 2013 8:53 PM
The japanese music industry is booming gradually, at a point to be compared or even leaving US music industry behind in order to become the the largest and most valuable music market in the world, and there are simple explanations. First of all, should be considered that the illegal download has never occurred and music material (such as CDs) are price fixed and definitely expensive to american standards, being sold in average of 3000 yen ($30) within japanese boundaries. There's also no digital service that make Japanese people to think that CDs have no use any longer, which justify the boom of their music market, where there's loads of money circulating because of those physical records, once there is not any reward on this digital world of music. They big play were criminalizing illegal downloads and reinventing a great way to sell and advertise the physical sales. The big pro of it all is that they are now placed as number one music industry, also considering it gives strength to the already stablished labels and studios as well it encourages the appearance of new labels/ studios and manpower. The biggest con of it is the extremely expensive product sold as well as the monopoly of big labels.
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Digital Music News - Japan Is About to Become the Largest Music Market In the World...


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Vinicius Dal'Mas's comment, July 15, 2013 9:51 PM
Japanese music market and industry has taken US spot as biggest music market. This article shows it trajectory explained in graphics. I'd look upon this site to get informed about something that is going on with music industry.