Digital music consumption accounts to 4.2 billion euros, 39% of total

IFPI Digital Music Report 2014 launches today

-Physical sales drop almost 21%, but decrease is slowing down in main markets

-Spain remains behind the global trend: physical formats slump and digital sales constrain

-Top seller album was One Direction's and Top seller song Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines


Cultural and creative industries thank Spanish consumers on their commitment with the development of a legal offer of contents online


Arizona Baby, Betunizer, Fuel Fandango, Kiko Veneno and Lori Meyers arrive to Austin supported by Promusicae

Promusicae supports Spanish music exports

Recorded music exports rose 4% in 2013 compared to previous year


In the midst of the music awards season, IFPI has released a unique video celebrating the importance of recorded music in our lives.


- Physical market keeps in free fall, with a 23% decline

- Spaniards spent 120 millions in recorded music, compared to more than 626 in 2001


The three parts of children soap opera ‘Violetta’ get their place among the Top 10

Dani Martín is the only artist with a new album in 2013 within the Top 5 positions. Dani Martín's 'Cero' was the most downloaded track; Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" is the most streamed song

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