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All About The Music_2021

All About The Music_2021

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‘All About The Music’ is a detailed look at the UK recorded music industry in 2020 via a mixture of facts, figures and analysis. 

Suitable for those looking to get a broad understanding of the market as well as readers looking for a deeper dive into the data, 'All About The Music' comprehensively covers the story of the year. With analysis and commentary from the BPI's own research team as well as data from respected sources such as the Official Charts Company, AudienceNet, MIDiA, MRC Data, Futuresource, Kantar and Kids Insights, this is the definitive resource for anyone with an interest in the recorded music market.

 

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All About The Music 2020

All About The Music 2020

‘All About The Music’ is a detailed look at the UK recorded music industry in 2019 via a mixture of facts, figures and analysis. It examines the continued boom in streaming and the ongoing popularity of vinyl as well as market analysis on genre, artist nationality and catalogue. It also takes a snapshot of consumer trends and preferences as well as detailed market sizing and breakdowns, there are deep dives into physical music purchasing and how UK music is faring in the world market.

 

Please note: for packages permitting academic institutional use of BPI market data please contact [email protected]

 

 

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All About The Music 2019

All About The Music 2019

‘All About The Music’ is a detailed look at the UK recorded music industry in 2018 via a mixture of facts, figures and analysis. It examines the continued boom in streaming and the ongoing popularity of vinyl as well as market analysis on genre, artist nationality and catalogue. It also takes a snapshot of consumer trends and preferences, including the rise in music consumption via smart speakers and the outlook for in-car listening. As well as detailed market sizing and breakdowns, there are deep dives into physical music purchasing and how UK music is faring in the world market.

 

 

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All About The Music 2018

All About The Music 2018

All About The Music is the yearbook for the recorded music industry. Now in its 39th edition and with an introduction by BPI CEO Geoff Taylor, it gives a detailed insight into the year in UK recorded music in 2017 through facts, figures and analysis.  The 76 page report fully evaluates last year’s trends in UK music consumption with chapters on sales, market breakdowns, consumer analysis, retailing and how UK music fares in the world market.

 

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All About The Music 2017

All About The Music 2017

2016 was another year of contrasts and change for the recorded music industry. Audio streaming continued to grow, with the first 'one billion streams' week occurring in December, yet vinyl demonstrated that physical formats were still in demand with sales reaching their highest level since the early 1990s.

'All About The Music' is the 38th edition of the BPI's Yearbook and - as its title suggests - is as much about the artists behind the statistics as the market data itself. We look at who made waves throughout the year and how their success impacted on a number of top line metrics, with chapters on Music Consumers, Streaming, Consumer Data, Sales Analysis and more.

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Music Market 2016

Music Market 2016

2015 has been a particularly noteworthy year for the UK record industry, from the introduction of New Music Fridays to the long-awaited launch of Apple Music and the introduction of streaming into the Official Albums Chart – not to mention the release of a new, record-breaking album by a certain world-renowned artist from Tottenham. 

Widely acknowledged as the definitive data source for the UK record industry, Music Market – now in its 37th edition – analyses in detail how consumption of recorded music is evolving. We take a look at the data defining 2015, from the enduring love affair with vinyl to the growing importance of streaming.

 

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BPI Yearbook 2015

BPI Yearbook 2015

Previously titled the BPI Yearbook, Music Market 2015 is the definitive guide to the UK recorded music industry in numbers.

We’ve revamped its presentation this year to ensure facts and figures are easily attainable and to ensure that it functions both as a reference that you can dip in and out of as well as a more readable experience from cover-to-cover.

Widely acknowledged as the definitive data source for the UK record industry, the book – now in its 36th edition – measures and analyses how consumption of recorded music is changing, with greater detail on streaming throughout. We take a look at the trends defining the 2014 music year, from industry income to compilations, artist nationality, gifting, impulse purchasing and more.

It also includes sections covering retail, independent music, company market share, Classical and the extraordinary success of UK music in the world market.

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BPI Yearbook 2014

BPI Yearbook 2014

The BPI Yearbook is the definitive guide to the UK recorded music industry in numbers. The 2014 edition runs to 94 pages and looks back at 2013 via a mix of charts, tables, facts, figures and commentary. As well as BPI’s own analysis data comes from a number of respected industry sources, including the Official Charts Company, Kantar, IFPI, Billboard, Futuresource Consulting and Audiomonitor. 

Topics covered include industry income, company market shares, consumer data, sales by type of music, pricing and retailer data including market shares, gift purchasing and impulse buying. This year there are expanded chapters on streaming and the vinyl market as well as a central feature on developments in the digital music arena.

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BPI Yearbook 2013

BPI Yearbook 2013

The BPI Yearbook (previously titled ‘BPI Statistical Handbook’) is the definitive guide to the UK recorded music industry in numbers. The 2013 edition runs to 94 pages and looks back at 2012 via a mix of charts, tables, facts, figures and commentary.

Topics covered include industry income, company market shares, consumer data, sales by type of music, pricing and retailer data including market shares, gift purchasing and impulse buying.

£70 + shipping and VAT where applicable
BPI Yearbook 2012

BPI Yearbook 2012

The BPI Yearbook (previously titled ‘BPI Statistical Handbook’) is the definitive guide to the UK recorded music industry in numbers. The 2012 edition runs to 94 pages and looks back at 2011 via a mix of charts, tables, facts, figures and commentary.

Topics covered include industry income, company market shares, consumer data, sales by type of music, pricing and retailer data including market shares, gift purchasing and impulse buying.

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BPI Yearbook 2011

BPI Yearbook 2011

The BPI Yearbook (previously titled ‘BPI Statistical Handbook’) is the definitive guide to the UK recorded music industry in numbers. The 2011 edition runs to 92 pages and looks back at the recorded music industry in 2010 via a mix of charts, tables, facts, figures and commentary. It includes a wealth of data and analysis from the BPI’s Research Department and respected sources such as The Official Charts Company, Kantar, Futuresource and Harris Interactive.

Chapters include: Introduction & Annual Review; Industry Income; Retail Sales; Best Sellers; Nationality; Sales by Type of Music; Classical; Sales Metrics; Pricing; New Releases and Catalogue; Compilations; Music Video; Independent Music; Market Share; The Year in Digital; Music Retail; Consumer Data; Music Consumption; World Market.

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BPI Statistical Handbook 2010

BPI Statistical Handbook 2010

The BPI Statistical Handbook is the definitive guide to the UK recorded music industry in numbers. The 2010 edition runs to 96 pages and looks back at 2009 via a mix of charts, tables and commentary. It includes a wealth of data and analysis from the BPI’s Research Department and respected sources such as The Official Charts Company, Kantar, Futuresource and Harris Interactive.

Chapters include: Introduction & Annual Review; Music in the Digital Environment; Industry Income; Singles; Albums; Classical; Nationality; Compilations; Music Video; Music & Games; Independent Music; Market Share; Retail; Music Buyers; Music Consumption; Piracy; Music Media; Radio & TV; World Market.

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BPI Yearbook 2009

BPI Yearbook 2009

This handbook looks back at 2008 and includes information on trade deliveries, market share, new releases, sales by type of music, compilations, demographics, music retailing, music downloading, press, advertising and world sales. There are also chapters covering the links between music and games as well as a look at patterns of music consumption.

Chapters include: Annual Review; Downloading & The Digital Environment; Trade Deliveries; Singles; Albums; Compilations; Artist Nationality; Classical; Music Video; Music & Games; Independent Music; Market Share; Retail; Music Buyers; Music Consumption; Piracy; Press & Advertising; Radio & Television; World Market. 

£40 + shipping and VAT where applicable