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    MUSIC RECORDING INDUSTRY - A
  Global Strategic Business Report
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出版日期:March 2008

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Music Recording
Industry in Millions of US$. The report provides separate
comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-
Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of the World. Annual forecasts are
provided for each region for the period of 2000 through 2015. The
report profiles 235 companies including players worldwide such as EMI
Group, Plc., Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group, and
Warner Music Group. Market data and analytics are derived from
primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted
from URL research and reported select online sources.

 TABLE OF CONTENTS

 MUSIC RECORDING INDUSTRY (Complete Report) Pages : 549        |

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS3

         Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations.....I-1

         Disclaimers.....I-2

      Data Interpretation & Reporting Level.....I-2

         Quantitative Techniques & Analytics.....I-3

      Product Definitions and Scope of Study.....I-3

      II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY108

        1. Industry Overview.....II-115

         The Entertainment Industry.....II-1

      Recorded Music Industry ?A Key Driver for the Commercial Music
      Sector.....II-11
    Digital Music Industry ?A Perspective.....II-2

Digital Recorded Music Market in Full Gear.....II-21

  Table 1: Global Digital Music Market (2005 & 2006): Number in
Millions (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-31

  Table 2: Global Digital Music Market (2005): Percentage of
Sales through Online and Mobile Channels by Select Country ?USA,
Japan, France, Germany, UK, Italy, Canada, Australia,
Netherlands, and South Korea (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....II-4

Digital Format Drive Classical Music Sales.....II-41

    Record Companies Expand Digitized Catalogue Portfolio.....II-
5

Mobile Music Catching Up.....II-5
Ringback Tones ?A Novel Music Format Picking Up.....II-5
Music Turns Functional Mobile into Personal Entertainment
Gizmo.....II-51

    The Music Store Industry.....II-6

Online Music-Opportunities Galore.....II-61

    Legal Online Music Services in Select Countries.....II-71

    Single Track Downloads Witness Robust Growth.....II-8

Table 3: Select Countries for Legitimate Downloads of Single
Tracks (2004) ?USA, Germany, UK, and France (In Million)
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-8
Rapid Sales of Portable Music Players Spur Digital Music
Market.....II-8
Social Networks: A Boon for Music Industry.....II-81

    Paradigm Shifts in Business Models.....II-9

Table 4: Global Music Market (2004 & 2005): Trade Revenues in
US$ Million by Format ?CD, DVD, Digital, Singles, and Other
Physical (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-91

    From Phonograph to Digital Media.....II-10
Phonographs / Discs.....II-10
Tape Recorders / Tapes / Cassettes.....II-101

    The Digital Revolution.....II-111

    Digital Music: The New Era.....II-121

  Table 5: Global Music Market (2005): Percentage of Digital
Singles Sales by Select Region/Country ?USA, EU, UK, Germany,
France, Japan, and Australia (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....II-13

Digital Technology Transforms Concept of Property Rights in
Music Industry.....II-13
Piracy Makes the Killing.....II-131

    Digital Stream Ripping ?A New Type of Piracy.....II-14

Competitive Scenario.....II-14
Music Distribution System.....II-141

  Table 6: Leading Players in the Global Music Market (2005):
Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Universal Music Group,
Sony BMG, EMI Group, Warner Music Group, and Independent Labels
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-15

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    2. Market Trends/Issues.....II-1611

    Music Recording Industry: Resounding Groans.....II-16

Issues Facing Record Companies.....II-16
Music Distribution: Rethinking by the Industry.....II-161

  Record Companies Adopt Innovative Marketing Strategies to
Reach Consumers.....II-17

Music Record Companies Move Towards 慏 irect-to-
Consumer?Channels.....II-17
Record Labels Gaining Control of Ringtones Market.....II-171

  Create-Your-Own-Ringtones Fade Away, While Covertones
Continue to Sway.....II-18
Mobile Operators and Record Labels Scratching Each Other 抯
Back.....II-18
Real Music Ringtones Shape Mobile Operators? Marketing
Strategies.....II-18
Mobile Aggregators: Consolidate or Die.....II-181

  Decreasing Venture Capitalist Funding: Music Portals in the
Line of Fire?.....II-19

Online Services Pricing: Issues Galore.....II-19
Digital Distribution: Striking Chord.....II-191

  Threat of Legal Proceedings Deter Users from Illegal File
Sharing.....II-20

Gradual Growth in Legal Downloading of Music.....II-20
慞 ay-Per-Play?Sales Model: Any Takers?.....II-201

  P2P File Sharing: The Legal Napster.....II-21

Online Music Distribution: Overwriting Traditional Business
Models?.....II-21
Emerging Access Technologies: Need for New Controlling
Mechanism.....II-211

  3G Technology: Phone Music.....II-22

Savos?MediaCrossbar Technology.....II-22
Online Music Commerce: A Step Ahead.....II-221

  Table 7: Global Online Music Market (2006): Percentage Share
by Key Purchase Driver for Consumers ?Portable Player,
Broadband, Lower Cost than CDs, and Voucher (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-23

Advertising-Supported Services ?A Novel Revenue Generation
Channel.....II-23
Orchestrated M&A Activity in the Recent Past.....II-231

  Licensing: Still the Hot Issue.....II-24

Streaming Audio and Digital Downloads: Different Forms, Same
Music.....II-24
Consumer Behavior and Demographics: Key to Better
Positioning.....II-241
     The Gender Fare: Increasing Music Purchases by Women.....II-
25

MP3 Format: Out of Tune?.....II-25
Fate of Audio Books.....II-251

     Music Videos: Coming of Age.....II-26

Audio CD/DVDs: End of Pre-Recorded Cassettes?.....II-26
Film and Music Industries: Synchronized Profits.....II-26
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 3. Music Distribution.....II-276

  Leading Recording Company/Label Worldwide (2004) ? Universal
Music Group, Sony BMG, EMI

 &nbspGroup, and Warner Music.....II-27
Leading Selling Music Albums Worldwide (2004).....II-271

  Recording Labels & Distribution Companies: Vital Signs of the
Industry.....II-28

Table 8: Global Recorded Music Market (2005): Retail Sales of
Different Physical Music Formats (Singles, CD, & DVD) in
Million Units by Select Country ?USA, Japan, UK, Germany,
France, Mexico, Russia, Canada, Brazil, and Spain (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-281

  Table 9: Global Recorded Music Market (2005): Retail Sales of
Different Physical Music Formats (Singles, CD, & DVD) in
US$ Million by Select Country ?USA, Japan, UK, Germany, France,
Italy, Canada, Australia, Spain, and Netherlands (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-29

Facing the Digital Challenge: Music Industry in the 21st
Century.....II-291

     Online Digital Distribution.....II-30

Subscription Services.....II-30
Digital Downloads.....II-30
Internet Radio.....II-30
File Sharing (P2P Networks).....II-301

     Music Sites.....II-31
Music Licensing Platforms.....II-31
e-commerce / Shopping Aids.....II-31
Digital Kiosks.....II-311

  Allied Industries.....II-32

Film / Television Soundtracks.....II-32
Electronic Games.....II-32
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 4. Music Hardware & Formats.....II-335

  Hardware.....II-33

Portable Media Players.....II-33
Table 10: Global Market for Portable Digital Audio Players*
(2000, 2001 & 2005) (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....II-33

Table 11: Global Optical Disc Market (2000): Production in
Billion Units by Format ?CD Audio/CD-ROM, CD-R, DVD, and Others
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-331

  Music Formats.....II-34

Digital Audio.....II-34
Popular Digital Audio Formats.....II-34
Common File Formats.....II-34
WAV .....II-34
AIFF and AU.....II-341

  PCM .....II-35

DPCM.....II-35
ADPCM.....II-35
m-Law Compression.....II-35
MPEG Audio.....II-35
Proprietary Formats based on MPEG.....II-35
a2b.....II-351

  Liquid Audio.....II-36

MP4.....II-36
Apple QuickTime.....II-36
Non-MPEG Proprietary Formats.....II-36
Dolby Digital (AC-3).....II-36
EPAC.....II-361

  Windows Media Audio.....II-37

RealAudio.....II-37
TAC.....II-37
TwinVQ (VQF).....II-37
Streaming Audio.....II-37
Streaming Audio Systems by Format & Developer.....II-37
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 5. Copyrights & Digital Rights Management.....II-385

  Copyrights.....II-38

Copyrights and Music Industry.....II-38
Copyrights and the Internet.....II-38
Methods of Copyright Protection.....II-381

  Encryption.....II-39

Watermarking.....II-391

  Fingerprinting.....II-40

Piracy .....II-40
The General Meaning.....II-40
Classification.....II-40
Simple Piracy.....II-401

  Counterfeits.....II-41

Bootlegs.....II-41
Pirated Music Recordings: Identification.....II-41
Online Piracy.....II-41
Copyright and Intellectual Property Education ?Key to Handling
Piracy.....II-41
Digital Rights Management.....II-411

  Superdistribution.....II-42

Streaming.....II-42
態 ridgeport?from SuperTracks.....II-42
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 6. Regulatory Environment.....II-433

  Legal Framework.....II-43

The Berne Convention.....II-43
The Rome Convention (1961).....II-431

  The Geneva Phonograms Convention (1971).....II-44

The Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)
Agreement.....II-44
The WIPO Treaties.....II-44
WIPO Copyright Treaty (WCT).....II-44
WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty (WPPT).....II-44
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 7. Music Piracy 慖 ndustry?....II-468

  Music Piracy: The Illegal Business.....II-46

Music Industry: Not the Only Victim.....II-46
Asian and Latin American Countries: Major Hosts to Music
Pirates.....II-461

  Advanced Technology: Boon to Pirates.....II-47

The Internet 慜 pportunity?....II-471

  Napster: First of the Pack.....II-48

Songbird ?The Anti-Piracy Napster Search Tool.....II-48
Piracy and Organized Crime: The Nexus.....II-481

  Piracy Fighting Initiatives.....II-49

International Federation of Phonographic Industry: Fighting a
Faceless Enemy.....II-49
International Intellectual Property Alliance.....II-491

  Secure Digital Music Initiative: Striving for Music
Protection.....II-50

The Need.....II-50
The Aspiration.....II-501

  The Progress.....II-51
The Future.....II-51
Interpol 抯 Intellectual Property Crimes Initiative.....II-511

    The Illegal 慡 tatistics?....II-52

Table 12: Changing Face of Pirate Media in the Global Music
Market (2000 & 2001): Percentage Breakdown by Format ?Cassette,
CD, and CD-R (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-52

Table 13: Changing Piracy Capacities in the Global Music Market
(2000 & 2001): Capacity and Demand in Million Units by Select
Country ?Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, India, Singapore, Malaysia,
Indonesia, Russia, Poland, and Macau (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....II-521

  Table 14: Global CD Stamping Capacity (2000): Capacity and
Demand in Million Units by Select Country ?Taiwan, Hong Kong,
Singapore, Macau, Malaysia, Czech Republic, Russia, Israel, and
Ukraine (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-53

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    8. Technological Scenario.....II-543

    MusicATM ala ATM.....II-54

Technology: Changing the Face of Music Distribution.....II-54
Broadband and Wireless Technologies.....II-541

    Music Compression.....II-55

Optical   Storage Media.....II-55
A Brief   Overview of the New Music Media.....II-55
Compact   Discs (CD-R/RW).....II-55
Digital   Video/Versatile Disc (DVD-R/RW/RAM).....II-551

    Media of the Future.....II-56

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    9. Product Innovations/Introductions.....II-574

  NexTune Launches 2.4 Version of Music Play List
Software.....II-57
EMI Music Offers DRM Free, High Quality Sound Downloads.....II-
57
GoTV Networks and Alltel Wireless Unveil New Music
Channels.....II-57
Finetune Introduces Finetune Desktop Music Player.....II-57
Apple Rolls Out iTunes Plus in Association with EMI
Music.....II-571

  Roxio Unveils RecordNow 9 Music Lab Premier.....II-58

PlayNetwork Unveils the Maiden Music Podcasting Service.....II-
58
MusicIP Unveils Global Music Relationship Engine with a Host of
Services.....II-581

  Televisa Unveils New Media Software Player.....II-59

On Command Video to Offer NetDriven?Music Application.....II-59
Zorpia Unveils Social Networking Portal, Zorpia Music.....II-
591

  Chicago Symphony to Launch House Record Label.....II-60

United Virtualities Rolls Out HotRecorder for Media.....II-60
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 10. Recent Industry Activity.....II-6143

  Universal Music Group Enters into Agreement with
IMEEM.....II-61

Imeem Announces Agreement with Sony BMG Music
Entertainment.....II-61
Sony BMG Music Entertainment Ventures with Dada USA.....II-61
The Orchard and Digital Music Group Sign Agreement.....II-611

  Universal Music Group Acquires BMG Music Publishing.....II-62

Live Nation Acquires Majority Stake in Academy Music
Holdings.....II-62
CBS Corporation Takes Over Last.fm Music Discovery
Network.....II-62
Sony/ATV Acquires Viacom 抯 Famous Music Catalogue.....II-62
Saatchi & Saatchi Partners with Atlantic Records.....II-621
  Fluid Media Partners DiskFaktory to Introduce MFA Music
Distribution System.....II-63

Zune Partners with Gallo Music for Digital Delivery of Gallo 抯
Music
 &nbspCollection.....II-63
Fontana and Trustkill Records Form Partnership.....II-63
Network Foundation Technologies Partners with Friday Morning
Quarterback.....II-631

  Circuit City Stores to Partner with Napster.....II-64

Digital Music Group Expands Music Catalog.....II-64
Global Music Enters into Licensing Agreement with Sony BMG
Music.....II-64
RealNetworks and Vodafone Sign Agreement to Support Music
Service in Europe.....II-641

  Digital Music Group Signs Digital Music Download Sales
Agreement with iTunes.....II-65

EMI Music and Amazon.com Enter into Agreement.....II-65
EMI Music France Inks Agreement with VirginMega.....II-65
Grooveshark and V2 Music Group Enter into Licensing
Agreement.....II-651

  EMI Music, YouTube and Google Sign Agreement for Recordings
and Videos Access.....II-66

Thumbplay and EMI Music Enter into Agreement.....II-66
Akoo International and Universal Music Enterprises Enter into
Licensing
 &nbspAgreement.....II-661

  PassAlong Networks Signs Agreement with Nettwerk Music and
Digonex

 &nbspTechnologies.....II-67
EMI and Apple Ink Agreement to Revolutionize Digital
Entertainment Industry.....II-67
ArkivMusic and EMI Classics Reach Agreement on Out-of-Print
Classics.....II-67
CenterStaging Musical and Billboard Sign Agreement.....II-671
  Musicnotes Signs Licensing Agreement with Harry Fox
Agency.....II-68

Traffix Signs Ten-Year License Agreement with Madacy
Entertainment.....II-68
Aerofoam Metals Approves Sub-Licensing Agreement with M Groupe
Entertainment.....II-68
Gold Entertainment Group and Reggae.com Start New Music
Label.....II-68
Tourdesign Creative Establishes Tourdesign en Espanol.....II-68
Starbucks and Concord Music Group Form New Record Label.....II-
681

  Machete Music Launches Machete Regional Division.....II-69

NT Media Establishes Online Music Store.....II-69
Navarre Corporation Divests Independent Music Business.....II-
69
Universal Music Group Acquires Arsenal Music.....II-69
Logitech International Takes Over Slim Devices.....II-69
Amerom Television Acquires TV K Lumea.....II-691

  EverGreen Copyrights Acquires Integrated Copyright Group and
Music Catalogs.....II-70

Warner Music International to Form WS Entertainment with SK
Telecom.....II-70
Warner Acquires Roadrunner Records.....II-70
EMI Music Licenses Song Catalog to Qtrax.....II-701

  Digital Music Group Acquires Green Linnet Records and
Affiliate Xenophile.....II-71

Universal Music Group Acquires Vale Music.....II-71
Warner Music Group Acquires Ryko Corporation.....II-711

  MTV Networks of Viacom Acquires Harmonix.....II-72

FreeHand Systems to Acquire Electronic Courseware
Systems.....II-72
Digital Music Acquires Chancellor Records.....II-72
EverGreen Copyrights Debuts with Acquisition of Five Major
Music Catalogs.....II-72
Live Nation Enters Spanish and French Music Markets.....II-721
  Nettwerk Music Group Enters into Partnership with
Mercora.....II-73

Universal Music Group Partners with YouTube.....II-73
Sony BMG Partners with YouTube.....II-73
5Fad and BrainMedia Enter into Partnership.....II-731

  Digimpro and IE Music Ink Strategic Partnership.....II-74

Asylum Records in Distribution Tie-up with Aphilliates Music
Group.....II-74
WEA Enters into Distribution Tie-up with Union Records.....II-
74
Fontana and Six Degrees Records Form Distribution Deal.....II-
74
EMI Signs Agreement with Vodafone.....II-741

  Shanda Pens Pact with www.Top100.cn.....II-75

Digital Music Group Forms Four Digital Distribution
Agreements.....II-75
Digital Music Group Forays into Music Videos through Three
Distribution Pacts.....II-75
Digital Music Group Bags Digital Distribution Rights of the
Tuff City Music
 &nbspRange.....II-75
Hidden Beach and Universal Music Enter into Distribution
Agreement.....II-751

  Universal Music and Concord Music Form Global Distribution
Agreement.....II-76

Universal Music Forms Agreement with Microsoft
Corporation.....II-76
Musicbrigade and EMI Music Enter into Agreement.....II-76
Fontana Enters Pact to Market Swank Recordings.....II-76
Mobile Interactive Group Enters into Partnership with
FRUKT.....II-761

  Gracenote Expands Digital Lyrics Catalogue.....II-77

Warner Music and Google Enter into Strategic Business
Agreement.....II-77
FunMail Forms Licensing Agreement with Universal Music Mobile-
US.....II-77
XM Satellite Radio Renews Licensing Contract with ASCAP.....II-
771

  MobileActive Inks Licensing Agreement with UMG.....II-78

MySpace.com Acquires License for Gracenote 抯 MusicID Audio
Fingerprinting
 &nbspTechnology.....II-78
Devine Enters into Agreement with SONY.....II-78
FreeHand Systems Enters into Agreement with People's Music in
China.....II-781

  Conn-Selmer and Walt Disney World to Develop Programs
Supporting Music

 &nbspEducation.....II-79
Skype Announces Global Music Licenses with Key Music
Publishers.....II-79
Qpass Expands Agreement with Skype.....II-79
Digital Music Group Forges Multi-Year Pact with Pipeline
Music.....II-791

  Digital Music Group Pens Long-Standing Distribution Pact with
Lobster Records.....II-80

LTDnetwork Inks Licensing Agreement with EMI Music.....II-80
Universal Music Launches Universal Music Christian
Group.....II-80
BMG Buys Complete Music from Martin Costello and Iain
McNay.....II-801

  Titan Global and Alliance Entertainment Sign Marketing
Agreement.....II-81

Fuego Inks Licensing Contract with Ciocan Entertainment and
Music Group.....II-81
AOL Acquires MusicNow.....II-81
Iron Mountain Acquires Fort Lee Assets.....II-811

  NetMusic Entertainment Acquires The PAN Network.....II-82

SNOCAP Enters into Agreements with Leading Independent Music
Labels.....II-82
Groove Mobile Enters into Agreement with Digital Rights.....II-
82
EMI Music Signs Content Agreement with T-Mobile.....II-82
Gotuit Media Signs Agreement with KOCH Records.....II-821

  France Telecom and Warner Music Enter into Partnership
Agreement.....II-83

VendTek and Moontaxi Sign Distribution Agreement.....II-83
Warner Music and MTV Enter into Licensing Agreement.....II-83
KoRn Enters into Joint Venture with EMI.....II-831

  EMI Music to Market Music Catalogue of Buena Vista Music
Group.....II-84

Universal Music Group Obtains Distribution Rights from Walt
Disney for Latin
 &nbspAmerica.....II-84
Universal Music Group Launches Studios in New York City.....II-
84
Warner Music Launches Cordless Recordings.....II-841

     United Virtualities Introduces Music Conversion Tool.....II-
85

Warner Music Acquires Festival Mushroom Records.....II-85
EMI Music Launches New Album through Mobile Operator.....II-85
Warner Music in Joint Venture with Bad Boy
Entertainment.....II-851

  Karrington Holdings Signs Agreement with Solomon-The
Band.....II-86

XM Acquires Effanel Music.....II-86
Sony BMG Introduces Global Marketing Group.....II-86
Universal Music Group Introduces Machete Music.....II-86
Universal Music Group Launches Universal Music Mobile.....II-
861

     Chaoticom Strikes Deal with EMI Music.....II-87

Zomba Label Group Acquires GospoCentric Records.....II-87
Warner Music Sold for US.6 Billion.....II-87
Napster and Best Buy Enter into Marketing Agreement.....II-871

     Napster and Imation Enter into Partnership.....II-88
EMI Music Publishing and Sony BMG Introduce New Digital
Products.....II-88
GK Intelligent Systems Acquires The Warehouse Recording
Studios.....II-88
EMI Music Sells Australian CD Plant to Summit
Technology.....II-881

  WMD Holdings Acquires ProgRock Records.....II-89

EMI Music and Wippit Sign Agreement.....II-89
Napster Enters into Agreement with the US Military.....II-89
Napster Launches Canada Operations.....II-891

  Sonic Solutions Acquires Consumer Software Division of
Roxio.....II-90

Sony Music and BMG Merge.....II-90
Mediaport Entertainment and Warner Music Sign Agreement.....II-
90
Roxio to Re-launch Napster, Acquires Pressplay.....II-901

  RealNetworks Buys Listen.com.....II-91

Universal Slaps Lawsuit against Bertelsmann over
Napster.....II-91
Bertelsmann 抯 Acquisition of Napster Fails to Fall
Through.....II-91
Bertelsmann 抯 Zomba Proposal Gets European Commission 抯 Green
Signal.....II-911

  Rioport Merges with Ecast.....II-92

BMG Fully Acquires J Records.....II-92
MUSICMATCH?in Licensing Deal with Music Majors.....II-92
Listen.com Secures Deal with Verizon Online.....II-921

  Rhapsody in Major Distribution Agreement.....II-93

Digimarc and Activated Content in Licensing Agreement.....II-93
DJ Power Signs Licensing Agreements with AIM.....II-93
Listen.com Signs Agreement with BMG.....II-93
Listen.com and Warner Music in Licensing Deal.....II-931

  Listen.com Signs Agreements with Music Majors.....II-94

Streamwaves in Licensing Agreement with BMG.....II-94
EMI Sells Stake in Viva Media.....II-94
Copy-Protected CDs from Sony.....II-94
Liquid Audio Launches 態 urn It First?....II-94
Clear Channel Introduces Web Subscription Services.....II-941

  New Music Subscription Service from OD2 and MSN.....II-95

RioPort Launches New Copyright Protection System.....II-95
Vivendi Universal Acquires MP3.com.....II-95
EMI Survives Potential Merger.....II-951

  Bertelsmann 抯 eCommerce Group Acquires Myplay.com.....II-96

Yahoo Acquires Launch Media.....II-96
Roxio and EMI Recorded Music in Strategic Partnership.....II-96
EMI in Strategic Deal with Virtuebroadcasting.com.....II-961

  FullAudio in Licensing Agreement with Universal Music
Group.....II-97

Napster Signs Deal with Vitaminic.....II-97
FullAudio Signs Licensing Deal with EMI.....II-97
Vitaminic and Verbatim in Distribution Agreement.....II-97
FullAudio and BMG Music in Licensing Deal.....II-97
Hewlett-Packard and Soundbuzz in Partnership.....II-971

  Napster Signs Agreement with MusicNet.....II-98

PlanetMG Launched in Taiwan.....II-98
Streamwaves.com Launches Streaming Subscription Service.....II-
981

  Online Subscription Service from RadioMX.....II-99

Uplister Launches Music Service.....II-99
MP3.com Launches New Music-Licensing Program.....II-99
EMusic.com Launches New Service.....II-99
慠 ealOne Music?Digital Subscription Service from
RealNetworks.....II-991

  Listen.com Launches Rhapsody.....II-100

MusicNet Launched.....II-100
BT Openworld Launches New Subscription Service.....II-100
Pressplay Expands Offerings.....II-1001
    MP3.com Technology to Power Pressplay.....II-101

The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry
Patents Encryption
 &nbspTechnology.....II-101
Sony Music and Universal Music Form Joint Venture.....II-101
BMG and Napster in Alliance.....II-101
Edel Music and News Corp. in Licensing Agreement.....II-1011

  Recording Industry Association of America and Yahoo in Music
Licensing Pact.....II-102

Soundbreak.com in Royalty Payment Deal with Recording Industry
Association of
 &nbspAmerica.....II-102
Recording Industry 抯 Digital Distribution Initiative:
SoundExchange.....II-102
MP3.com Launches New Division.....II-102
MP3.com Reactivates 慚 y.MP3.com?....II-1021

    MP3.com Launches Classical Music Channel.....II-103

Sony Joins the Internet Music Bandwagon.....II-103
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    11. Focus on Select Global Players.....II-1042

    EMI Group, Plc (The United Kingdom).....II-104

Sony BMG Music Entertainment (USA).....II-104
Universal Music Group (USA).....II-1041

    Warner Music Group (USA).....II-105

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    12. Global Market Perspective.....II-106

  Table 15: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording by Geographic Region ?USA, Canada, Japan,
Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest
of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales
Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-1061
  Table 16: World Long-term Projections for Music Recording by
Geographic Region ?USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific
(excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million
for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....II-1071

  Table 17: World 11-Year Perspective for Music Recordingby
Geographic Region ?Percentage Breakdown ofDollar Sales for USA,
Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, (excluding Japan), Latin
America, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2000, 2007 & 2010
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-1081

III. MARKET199

 1. The United States.....III-165

  A. Market Analysis.....III-1

Current & Future Analysis.....III-1
Music Market ?A Perspective.....III-1
Table 18: Music Market in the US (2005): Percentage Breakdown
of Recorded Music Sales by Segment ?Traditional (CDs and
Others), and Internet or Digital.....III-11

  Table 19: Music Market in the US (2002-2008): Sales of Music
Downloads in US$ Million (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-2


Table 20: Digital Music Market in the US (2005 & 2006): Number
in Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-21

  Table 21: Recorded Music Market in the US (2006): Album Sales
in Units by Title/Artist ?Soundtrack / High School Musical, Me
and My Gang / Rascal Flatts, Some Hearts / Carrie Underwood,
All the RightReasons / Nickelback, Futuresex/Love / Justin
Timberlake, Back to Bedlam / James Blunt, B 抎 ay / Beyonce,
Soundtrack/ Hannah Montana, Taking the Long Way / Dixie Chicks,
and Extreme Behavior / Hinder (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-31

  Table 22: Recorded Music Market in the US (2006): Sales in
Units of Digital Songs by Title/Artist ?Bad Day / Daniel Powter,
Promiscuous / Nelly Furtado, Sexyback / Justin Timberlake,
Crazy / Gnarls Barkley, You 抮 e Beautiful / James Blunt, Over
My Head (Cable Car) / Fray, How to Save a Life / Fray,
Temperature / Sean Paul, Ridin?/ Chamillionaire, and Hips Don
抰 Lie / Shakira (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
41

  Table 23: Recorded Music Market in the US (2006): Sales in
Units of Digital Albums by Title/Artist ?How to Save a Life /
Fray, Continuum / John Mayer, FutureSex/ LoveSounds / Justmin
Timberlake, Curious George / Jack Johnson & Friends, Back to
Bedlam / James Blunt, Soundtrack / High School Musical, Stadium
Arcadium / Red Hot Chili Peppers, Taking the Long Way / Dixie
Chicks, Fever You Can 抰 Sweat / Panic! At the Disco, and Me
and My Gang / Rascal Flatts (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-51

  Legal Online Music Services in the US.....III-6

Leading Players.....III-6
Table 24: Leading Players in the US Music Market (2005):
Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Universal Music Group,
Sony BMG, Warner Music Group, EMI Group, and Independent Labels
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-6

Table 25: Music Market in the US (2004): Percentage Breakdown
of Sales by Record Company/Label ?Jive, Arista, Def Jam, and
Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-61

  A Brief Analysis of the US Music Market by Major
Genres.....III-7

Music Categories (Genres).....III-7
Table 26: Music Market in the US (2005 & 2006): Percentage
Breakdown of Genre ?Rock, Country, R&B/Urban, Rap/Hip-Hop, Pop,
Religious, and Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-71

  Table 27: Latin Music in the US Music Industry (2006):
Shipments in US$ ?00 by Format ?CD, Cassette, and Music Video
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-8


Table 28: Latin Music in the US Music Industry (2006):
Shipments in ?00 Units by Format ?CD, Cassette, and Music Video
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-8
Genres in Latin Music.....III-81

  Table 29: Latin Music in the US Music Industry (2006):
Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Genre ?Regional Mexican/Tejano,
Pop/Rock, Tropical, and Urban (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-9

Consumer Demographics.....III-9
Changing Points of Purchase.....III-9
Table 30: Music Market in the US (2005 & 2006): Percentage
Breakdown of Value Sales by Channel ?Record Store; Record Club;
Internet; Digital Download; TV, Magazine, 800 Number, Newspaper,
Advertisement; Concert; and Other Stores (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-91

  Table 31: Music Market in the US (2005 & 2006): Percentage
Breakdown of Value Sales by Gender ?Male and Female.....III-10

CDs Prevail in the Market.....III-10
Table 32: Music Market in the US (2005 & 2006): Percentage
Breakdown of Value Sales by Format ?Full-length CD 抯, Digital
Download, Singles (all types), DVD Audio, Full-length Cassettes,
Music Videos/Video DVD 抯, Vinyl LP 抯, and SACD (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-101

  Age No Bar for Enjoying Music.....III-11

Table 33: Music Market in the US (2005 & 2006): Percentage
Breakdown of Value Sales by Age Group ?10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-
29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, and 45+ (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-11
Market Trends / Issues.....III-11
Music Piracy: Reaching New Heights.....III-11
Subscription Services Lack 慞 unch?....III-111

  Record Stores Losing their Charm.....III-12

Copyright Industries: Fastest Growing Sector.....III-12
File Exchange Networks Boost Sales.....III-121

  Music Royalties for Internet Radio under Fire.....III-13

DVD Technology Boosts Music Video Sales.....III-13
Value Added Paid Online Services Find Takers.....III-13
Digital Sales Witness Strong Growth.....III-131
  Digital Music Boosts MP3 Player Sales.....III-14

Marketing of Children Music Becomes Complex.....III-14
Rising Prominence of Television Promotion for Children
Music.....III-14
College Students: Greatest Fans of Portable Players.....III-141

  Table 34: Type of Audio Players Used by US College Students
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-15

Regulatory Environment.....III-15
Music Copyright Laws.....III-15
Inception of Copyright Laws.....III-151

  The Copyright Law, 1976.....III-16

Radio and Recording Companies?Relationship.....III-16
The Regulations.....III-16
No Electronic Theft Law (NET Act).....III-16
Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) (1998).....III-16
Digital Performance Right in Sound Recordings Act (DPRA)
(1995).....III-161

  Audio Home Recording Act (AHRA) (1992).....III-17

The Aftermath.....III-17
Napster Clone Audiogalaxy in Legal Muddle.....III-17
RIAA 抯 Appeal to Internet Service Providers.....III-171

  Madster, a Napster Takeoff, Brought to Book.....III-18

Small Webcasters and Recording Industry Agree on Royalty
Terms.....III-18
Record Labels Settle Price-Fixing Case.....III-18
Record Label Waives Internet Royalty.....III-181

  Key Statistics.....III-19

Table 35: Music Market in the US (2001-2006): Shipments in
Million Units by Category ?CD, Music Video, Albums, and Singles
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-19

Table 36: Music Market in the US (2001-2006): Shipments in
Retail Value in US$ Million by Category ?CD, Music Video,
Albums, and Singles (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-191

  Table 37: Music Download Market in the US (2004-2006):
Shipments in Million Units by Select Category ?Download Singles,
Download Albums, and Kiosk.....III-20


Table 38: Music Download Market in the US (2004-2006):
Shipments in Retail Value in US$ Million by Select
Category ?Download Singles, Download Albums, and Kiosk
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-20
Recent Past & Historical Statistics.....III-20
Table 39: Music Market in the US (2003 & 2004): Shipments in
Million Units by Format ?CD, CD Single, Cassette, Cassette
Single, LP/EP, Vinyl Single, Music Video, DVD Audio, SACD, and
DVD Video.....III-201

  Table 40: Music Market in the US (2003 & 2004): Shipments in
US$ Million by Format ?CD, CD Single, Cassette, Cassette Single,
LP/EP, Vinyl Single, Music Video, DVD Audio, SACD, and DVD
Video.....III-21


Table 41: Music Market in the US (2001): Percentage Breakdown
of Top 10 Albums (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
211

  Table 42: Music Market in the US (2000 & 2001): Percentage
Breakdown of Sales for Country Album Distributors ?Universal,
WEA, BMG, Sony, EMD, and Indies (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-22


Table 43: Music Market in the US (2000 & 2001): Percentage
Breakdown of Sales for R&B Album Distributors ?Universal, Sony,
BMG, EMD, WEA, and Indies (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-221

  Table 44: Music Market in the US (2000 & 2001): Percentage
Breakdown of Sales for Singles Labels ?BMG, Universal, WEA,
Indies, Sony, and EMD (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-23
Table 45: Music Market in the US (2000 & 2001): Percentage
Breakdown of Sales Album Labels ?Universal, Indies, WEA, Sony,
BMG, and EMD (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-231

  Table 46: Music Market in the US (2000-2001): Portable CD
Players Vs MP3 Players (In Million Units).....III-24


Table 47: Major Music Web Casters in the US (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-24
Technological Developments.....III-24
Futuristic Recording Facilities.....III-241

  Fiber Channel ?The Digital Backbone.....III-25

Product Launches/Developments.....III-252

  Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-2735

  Key Industry Association.....III-62

The Recording Industry Association of America.....III-621

  Key Players.....III-63

Sony BMG Music Entertainment.....III-63
Universal Music Group.....III-63
Warner Music Group.....III-631

  B. Market Analytics.....III-64

Table 48: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Music
Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
641

  Table 49: US Long-term Projections for Music Recording with
Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-65


Table 50: US Historic Review for Music Recording with Annual
Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 1991 through 2000
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-65
1
 2. Canada.....III-667

  A. Market Analysis.....III-66

Current & Future Analysis.....III-66
Music Market Overview.....III-66
Table 51: Leading Players in the Canadian Music Market (2004):
Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Universal Music, Sony BMG,
Warner Music Canada, BMG Music Canada, and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-661

  Table 52: Music Recording Market in Canada(2005-2007):
Shipments in ?00 Units by Format 朇 D, DVD, & Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-67


Table 53: Music Recording Market in Canada (2005-2007):
Shipments in C$ ?00 by Format ?CD, DVD, and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-67

Table 54: Leading Music Retailers in Canada (2000): Percentage
Breakdown by Sales for HMV, General, Music World, A&B Sound,
Archambault Musique, Sam the Record Man, Future Shop, General
Retailers (Wal-Mart, Zellers), and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-67
Illegal File Swapping ?A Major Concern for the
Industry.....III-671

  Digital Sales.....III-68

CRIA Applauds Supreme Court 抯 Decision on Private
Copying.....III-68
Canada Steps into Digital Age.....III-68
HMV Demands Lower Prices from Record Labels.....III-68
Usage Activity of Internet for Music / Online Music: Everybody
Wants a
 &nbspShare.....III-681

  Market Trends/Issues.....III-69

Major Music Labels to Re-launch CD Singles.....III-69
CD-R Piracy on the Increase.....III-69
Regulatory Environment.....III-69
Music Industry Wins Internet Transmission Case.....III-691
  Key Industry Associations.....III-70

The Canadian Recording Industry Association.....III-70
Canadian Independent Record Production Association.....III-70
Product Launch.....III-701

  Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-711

  B. Market Analytics.....III-72

Table 55: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-72

Table 56: Canadian Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-72
1

 3. Japan.....III-7328

  A. Market Analysis.....III-73

Current & Future Analysis.....III-73
Music Market Overview.....III-73
Competitive Scenario.....III-73
Leading Players.....III-731

  Major Legal Online Music Services.....III-74

Legal Online Music Services in Japan.....III-74
Japanese Music Download Market (2004): Major Services and
Service Providers.....III-741

  Table 57: Leading Labels in the Japanese Music Market (2004 &
2005): Percentage Breakdown by Sales for Sony BMG, Toshiba-EMI,
Avex, Universal,Victor, Warner, Toy 抯 Factory, Pony
Canyon,Zetima, & Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-75


Table 58: Music Software Market in Japan (2000): Percentage
Breakdown of Sales by Company ?Sony Music Entertainment Japan,
Avex, Toshiba EMI, Universal Music KK, Victor Entertainment,
and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-751

  Mobile Music Market.....III-76

DVD Recorder Market.....III-76
Table 59: Leading Players in the Japanese DVD Recorder Market
(2004/05): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Sales for Matsushita,
Sony, Toshiba, Sharp, and Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-76
Issues Facing the Japanese Recording Industry.....III-761

  Music Distribution in Japan.....III-77

Key Statistics.....III-77
Sales.....III-77
Table 60: Music Recording Market in Japan (2006): Percentage
Breakdown of Value Sales by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-771

  Table 61: Music Recording Market in Japan (2005 & 2006):
Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Type ?Audio, Music
Videos, and Digital Music Delivery (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-78


Table 62: Music Recording Market in Japan (2006): Percentage
Breakdown of Value Sales of Recorded Music by Type ?Audio and
Music Videos.....III-78

Table 63: Music Recording Market in Japan (2005 & 2006): Sales
through Digital Music Delivery in ?00 Units by Type ?Mobile
Digital Contents, Internet Downloads, and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-781

  Table 64: Music Recording Market in Japan (2005 & 2006):
Digital Music Delivery Sales in ?00 Units by Select Mobile
Digital Content ?Mastertones, Single Track, and Ringback Tones
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-79


Table 65: Music Recording Market in Japan (2005 & 2006):
Digital Music Delivery Sales in ?00 Units by Internet
Downloads ?Single Track, Album, and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-791
  Table 66: Music Recording Market in Japan (2005 & 2006):
Sales through Digital Music Delivery in ?Million by
Type ?Mobile Digital Content, Internet Downloads, and Others
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-80


Table 67: Music Recording Market in Japan (2005 & 2006):
Digital Music Delivery Sales in ?Million by Select Mobile
Digital Content ?Mastertones, Single Track, and Ringback Tones
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-801

  Table 68: Music Recording Market in Japan (2005 & 2006):
Digital Music Delivery Sales in ?Million by Internet
Downloads ?Single Track, Album, and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-81


Table 69: Music Software Market in Japan (2001-2004): Breakdown
in ?Billion by Category ?Music CD Sales, Music CD Rentals,
Mobile Phone Music Downloads, and Internet Music Downloads
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-811

  Production.....III-82

Table 70: Music Recording Market in Japan(2006): Production* in
Million Units by Type ?Recorded Music (Audio & Music Videos),
andDigital Music Delivery (includescorresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-82

Table 71: Music Recording Market in Japan (2002-2006):
Production* of Recorded Music in Million Units by Type ?Audio
and Music Videos (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
821

  Table 72: Music Recording Market in Japan(2001-2006):
Production of Audio Recordings*in Million Units by
Type ?Domestic andInternational (includes
correspondingGraph/Chart).....III-83


Table 73: Music Recording Market in Japan (2002-2006):
Production of Music Videos in Million Units by Format ?DVDs;
and Tapes, LDs & Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-831
  Table 74: Music Recording Market in Japan (2001-2006): Audio
CD Production in Million Units by Type ?Domestic and
International (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-84


Table 75: Music Recording Market in Japan (2001-2006): Audio CD
Singles Production in Million Units by Type ?Domestic and
International (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-841

   Table 76: Music Recording Market in Japan (2001-2006):
Production of 5?CD Albums in Million Units by Type ?Domestic
and International (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
85


Table 77: Music Recording Market in Japan (2006): Production*
of Audio CD in ?00 Units by Type ?Audio (Singles) and 5?CD
Albums.....III-85

Table 78: Music Recording Market in Japan (2006): Production*
of Audio (Singles) in ?00 Units by Type ?3?CDs and
5?CDs.....III-851

  Table 79: Music Recording Market in Japan (2001-2006):
Production of 5?CDs in ?00 Units by Type ?Singles and Albums
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-86


Table 80: Music Recording Market in Japan (2001-2006):
Production in ?00 Units by Disc Type ?7?& 10?12?Discs, 3?CDs,
and 5?CDs (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-861

  Table 81: Music Recording Market in Japan (2006): Production*
of Audio Recorded Music in ?00 Units by Type ?Audios (Singles),
5" CD Albums, Vinyl Discs, Cassettes, and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-87


Table 82: Music Recording Market in Japan(2006): Production*
in ?Billion by Type 朢 ecorded Music (Audio & Music Videos),and
Digital Music Delivery (includescorresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-87
Table 83: Music Recording Market in Japan (2002-2006):
Production* of Recorded Music in ?Billion by Type ?Audio and
Music Videos (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-871

   Table 84: Music Recording Market in Japan (2001-2006):
Production of Audio Recordings* in ?Billion by Type ?Domestic
and International (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
88


Table 85: Music Recording Market in Japan (2002-2006):
Production* of Music Videos in ?Billion by Type ?DVDs; and
Tapes, LDs & Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-881

  Table 86: Music Recording Market in Japan (2001-2006): Audio
CD Production in ?Billion by Type ?Domestic and International
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-89


Table 87: Music Recording Market in Japan (2001-2006): Audio CD
Singles Production in ?Billion by Type ?Domestic and
International (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-891

  Table 88: Music Recording Market in Japan (2001-2006):
Production of 5?CD Albums in ?Billion by Type ?Domestic and
International (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-90


Table 89: Music Recording Market in Japan (2006): Production*
of Audio CDs in ?Million by Type ?Audio (Singles) and 5?CD
Albums.....III-90

Table 90: Music Recording Market in Japan (2006): Production*
of Audio (Singles) in ?Million by Type ?3?CDs and
5?CDs.....III-901

  Table 91: Music Recording Market in Japan (2001-2006):
Production* of 5?CDs in ?Million by Type ?Singles and Albums
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-91


Table 92: Music Recording Market in Japan (2001-2006):
Production in ?Million by Disc Type ?7?& 10?12? 3?CDs, and
5?CDs (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-911
  Table 93: Music Recording Market in Japan (2006): Production*
of Audio Recorded Music in ?Million by Type ?Audios (Singles),
5" CD Albums, Vinyl Discs, Cassettes, and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-92

Titles.....III-92
Table 94: Music Recording Market in Japan(2005 & 2006): Number
of Domestic TitlesReleased by Format ?3?CDs, 5?CD Singles,5?CD
Albums, Vinyl Discs, Cassette Singles, and Cassettes Albums
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-92

Table 95: Music Recording Market in Japan (2005 & 2006): Number
of International Titles Released by Format ?3?CDs, 5?CD Singles,
5?CD Albums, and Vinyl Discs.....III-92

Table 96: Music Recording Market in Japan (2005 & 2006): Number
of Titles Released by Type ?Domestic and International.....III-
921

  Other Statistics.....III-93

Table 97: Music Market in Japan (2000-2006): Number of Record
Rental Shops (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-93

Table 98: Music Market in Japan (2006): Newly Released Music
Videos (in Discs and Tapes Format) by Genre ?International,
Domestic, and Karaoke (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-93

Table 99: Music Market in Japan (2006): Music Videos on
Catalogues (in Discs and Tapes Format) by Genre ?Domestic,
International, and Karaoke (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-931

  Table 100: Music Market in Japan (2006): Audio Recordings on
Catalogues (in 3" CDs, 5" CD Singles, 5" CD Albums, Vinyl Discs,
Cassette Singles, and Cassette Albums Format) by Genre -
Domestic (Pop, Animation, Light Music, Classical, Children's,
Traditional, Karaoke, and Others); and International (Pop,
Classical, and Others).....III-94


Table 101: Music Market in Japan (2006): Transition of Audio
Recordings on Catalogues by Segment ?Discs (3" CDs, 5" CD
Singles, 5" CD Albums, and Others); MDs; and Tapes (Cassettes
and Others).....III-941

  Table 102: Music Market in Japan (2006): Transition of Newly
Released Audio Recordings by Segment ?Discs (3" CDs, 5" CD
Singles, 5" CD Albums, and Others); and Tapes (Cassettes, and
Others).....III-95

Recent Past & Historical Statistics.....III-95
Table 103: Music Market in Japan (2001): Production of Audio
Recordings in Volume(Million Units) and Value (?Billion) by
Format ?Analog, Cassettes, and CDs (3" CDs, 5" CD Singles, and
5" CD Albums) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-951

  Table 104: Music Market in Japan (2001): Percentage Breakdown
of Recordings Production in Value by Format ?Audio Recording
(CDs and Cassettes), and Video Recording (DVD and Video
Cartridges) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-96


Table 105: Music Market in Japan (2000 & 2001): Audio
Recordings Production in Million Units by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-96

Table 106: Music Market in Japan (2000 & 2001): Audio
Recordings Production in ?Billion by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-96

Table 107: Music Market in Japan (2000 & 2001): CD Singles
Production in Million Units by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-96

Table 108: Music Market in Japan (2000 & 2001): CD Singles
Production in ?Billion by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-961

  Table 109: Music Market in Japan (2000 & 2001): 5?CD Album
Production in Million Units by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-97


Table 110: Music Market in Japan (2000 & 2001): 5?CD Album
Production in ?Billion by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-97
Table 111: Music Market in Japan (2000 & 2001): CDs (3?& 5?
Production in Million Units by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-97

Table 112: Music Market in Japan (2000 & 2001): CDs (3?& 5?
Production in ?Billion by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-97

Table 113: Music Market in Japan (2000 & 2001): Analog
Recordings Production in ?00 Units by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-971

  Table 114: Music Market in Japan (2000 & 2001): Analog
Recordings Production in ?Billion by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-98


Table 115: Music Market in Japan (2000 & 2001): Cassettes
Production in Million Units by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-98

Table 116: Music Market in Japan (2000 & 2001): Cassettes
Production in ?Billion by Type ?Domestic and
International.....III-98

Table 117: Music Market in Japan (2000:2001): Percentage Ratio
of Recordings Purchased byFormat ?CD Album, CD Single,
AnalogRecording, Music Tape, Pre-recorded VC,Laser Disk, and
DVD.....III-981

  Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-991

  B. Market Analytics.....III-100

Table 118: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-100

Table 119: Japanese Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-100
1

 4. Europe.....III-10110
  A. Market Analysis.....III-101

Current and Future Analysis.....III-101
Music Market Overview.....III-101
Digital Music Market.....III-1011

  Table 120: Digital Music Market in Europe (2005 & 2006):
Number in Millions (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-102


Table 121: Leading Recorded Music Labels in Europe (2001-2003):
Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Universal, EMI, Warner, Sony,
BMG, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
1021

  Table 122: Music Market in Europe (2000): Percentage
Breakdown of Singles Sales for Universal, Sony, BMG, EMI,
Warner, and Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-103

Market Trends/Issues.....III-103
Free Music: The Eluding Paradigm.....III-103
Mobile Networks Encourage Mobile Usage.....III-1031

  Music Companies Explore Potential in the European Mobile
Music Market.....III-104

Mobile Music Sales Growing Steadily.....III-104
Table 123: Music Market in Europe (2002-2006): Percentage of
Internet Users Sharing Unauthorized Music on P2P Networks
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-104
Piracy Levels in Major European Markets ?2004.....III-1041

  Global Licensing System Gets European Commission
Approval.....III-105

List of Countries Consenting for Simulcasting
Agreement.....III-105
Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-1053

  B. Market Analytics.....III-108

Table 124: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording by Geographic Region ?France, Germany, Italy,
UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe Markets Independently
Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
1081

  Table 125: European Long-term Projections for Music Recording
by Geographic Region ?France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia,
and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual
Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-1091

  Table 126: European 11-Year Perspective for Music Recording
by Geographic Region ?Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for
France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe
Markets for Years 2000, 2007 & 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-110

1

    4a. France.....III-1113

    A. Market Analysis.....III-111

Current and Future Analysis.....III-111
Table 127: Leading Record Labels in France (2004 & 2005):
Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Universal Music Group, Sony
BMG Music Entertainment, Virgin Music, EMI Music, and Others
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-111
Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-1112

    B. Market Analytics.....III-113

Table 128: French Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-113

Table 129: French Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-113
1

    4b. Germany.....III-1145

    A. Market Analysis.....III-114
Current & Future Analysis.....III-114
Digital Music Market.....III-114
Legal Online Music Services in Germany.....III-1141

  Table 130: Leading Music Labels in Germany (2004 & 2005):
Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Sony BMG Music Entertainment,
Universal Music Group, EMI Music, Warner Music, Ariola, and
Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-115

Piracy Plays Havoc in the Music Market.....III-115
Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-1153

  B. Market Analytics.....III-118

Table 131: German Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-118

Table 132: German Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-118
1

 4c. Italy.....III-1194

  A. Market Analysis.....III-119

Current & Future Analysis.....III-119
Market Overview.....III-119
Table 133: Leading Music Labels in Italy (2004 & 2005):
Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Universal Music Group, Sony
BMG Music Entertainment, EMI Music, Warner Music, RTI Music,
and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-1191

  Market Trends/Issues.....III-120

Recording Industry 抯 Cry for Protection.....III-120
CD-R: Still the Mainstay of Music Pirates.....III-120
Internet Piracy: Growing Threat.....III-120
Regulatory Environment.....III-120
Anti-Piracy Law: Providing Results.....III-1201

  Judicial System: Need for Revamp.....III-121
B. Market Analytics.....III-121
Table 134: Italian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1211

  Table 135: Italian Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-122

1

    4d. The United Kingdom.....III-12315

    A. Market Analysis.....III-123

Current & Future Analysis.....III-123
Market Overview.....III-123
Table 136: Leading Players in the UK Music Market (2004):
Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Universal, Sony BMG, EMI,
Warner, and Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-123
CDs in High Demand Among Consumers.....III-123
Digital Album Sales Gaining Momentum.....III-1231

    UK Recorded Music Market: Key Facts.....III-124

Promotion of Legal Online Music.....III-124
Leading Legal Online Music Services in the UK.....III-1241

    Online Piracy.....III-125

Table 137: Estimated Value of Piracy in the UK Market: (2000 &
2001).....III-125
Market Trends/Issues.....III-125
UK Music Finds Growing Fans in International Markets.....III-
125
Rapid Expansion of Legal Online Digital Music.....III-125
CD-R: Growth in Home Piracy.....III-1251

  Table 138: Household Penetration of CD-R/RW Drives in the UK:
(2000-2003) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-126

Increasing Levels of Commercial Piracy.....III-126
Music Market ?A Recent Past Perspective.....III-126
Personal Digital Players Market.....III-1261

  Table 139: Personal Digital Players in the UK Market (2000):
Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Diamond, Samsung, Sony, and
Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-127

Key Statistics.....III-127
Table 140: Music Recording Market in the UK(2003-2006):
Installed Base of MP3 Playersin ?00 Units (includes
correspondingGraph/Chart).....III-1271

  Table 141: Music Recording Market in the UK (2002-2006):
Retail Sales in ?00 Units by Format ?DVD and VHS (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-128


Table 142: Music Recording Market in the UK (2004-2006): Retail
Sales in Million Units by Type ?Album and Singles (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-1281

  Table 143: Music Recording Market in the UK (2004-2006): Net
Retail Sales in ?Million by Type ?Album, Music Video, Singles,
and Download (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-129

Recent Past and Historical Statistics.....III-129
Table 144: UK All-Time Top 10 Singles: 2001 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-1291

  UK Top 10 Singles: 2001.....III-130

Table 145: Leading Singles Labels in the UK (2001): Percentage
Breakdown of Sales for EMI, Universal, Warner/Chappell, Sony,
BMG, Windswept, Chrysalis, and Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-130

Table 146: Leading Albums Labels in the UK (2001): Percentage
Breakdown of Sales for EMI, Universal, Warner/Chappell, Sony,
BMG, Zomba, Chrysalis, and Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1301

  Table 147: Music Market in the UK (2000): Percentage
Breakdown of Unit Sales by Genre (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-131

Key Industry Associations.....III-131
The British Phonographic Industry.....III-131
The Entertainment Retailers Association.....III-131
Product Launch.....III-1311

  Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-1324

  Key Player.....III-136

EMI Group, Plc.....III-1361

  B. Market Analytics.....III-137

Table 148: UK Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Music
Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
137

Table 149: UK Long-term Projections for Music Recording with
Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-137
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 4e. Spain.....III-1384

  A. Market Analysis.....III-138

Current & Future Analysis.....III-138
Table 150: Leading Music Labels in the Spanish Market (2004 &
2005): Percentage Breakdown of Sales forSony BMG Music
Entertainment, Warner Music, Universal Music Group, EMI Music,
Virgin Music,and Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-138
Music Piracy at its Highest Level.....III-138
Organized Crime Networks: 慚 ain Players?in Music
Piracy.....III-1381

  Spanish Music Sites: Yet to Deliver.....III-139

Regulatory Environment.....III-139
Judicial System: Need for Further Revamp.....III-139
Product Launch.....III-1391

  Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-1401

  B. Market Analytics.....III-141
Table 151: Spanish Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-141

Table 152: Spanish Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-141
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    4f. Russia.....III-1424

    A. Market Analysis.....III-142

Current & Future Analysis.....III-142
Piracy: A Serious Issue.....III-142
Actions Forthcoming.....III-1421

    Criminal Syndicates: Ruling the Music Market.....III-143

Domestic and International Record Companies Unite Against
Piracy.....III-143
Regulatory Environment.....III-143
Increased Piracy: Weak Copyright Regulations and Poor
Legislation.....III-1431

  Plant Settlement: The First Step Towards Curbing Pirate CD
Production.....III-144

B. Market Analytics.....III-144
Table 153: Russian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1441

  Table 154: Russian Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-145

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    4g. Rest of Europe.....III-1465

    A. Market Analysis.....III-146

Current & Future Analysis.....III-146
Piracy Levels in Rest of Europe ?2001.....III-146
Focus on Select Markets.....III-146
Belgium.....III-146
Denmark.....III-146
Ireland.....III-1461

    Romania.....III-147

The Netherlands.....III-147
Table 155: Recorded Music Market in the Netherlands (2006):
Retail Sales in € Million and Million Units by Format ?Albums,
Music Video, Singles, and Downloads (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1471

    Turkey.....III-148

Music Market.....III-148
Music Industry 抯 Call for Action Against Piracy.....III-148
Ukraine.....III-148
International Recordings Get Protection.....III-1481

    Strategic Corporate Development.....III-149

B. Market Analytics.....III-149
Table 156: Rest of Europe Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1491

  Table 157: Rest of Europe Long-term Projections for Music
Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
150

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    5. Asia-Pacific.....III-1515

    A. Market Analysis.....III-151

Current and Future Analysis.....III-151
Market Overview.....III-151
Mobile Music Gaining Rapid Momentum.....III-151
One of the Largest Music Piracy Havens.....III-1511

    Piracy Levels in Asia Pacific ?2004.....III-152
Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-1521

    B. Market Analytics.....III-153

Table 158: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Music Recording by Geographic Region ?Australia, China,
India, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Rest of Asia-Pacific
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1531

  Table 159: Asia-Pacific Long-term Projections for Music
Recording by Geographic Region ?Australia, China, India, South
Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million
for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1541

  Table 160: Asia-Pacific 11-Year Perspective for Music
Recording by Geographic Region ?Percentage Breakdown of Dollar
Sales for Australia, China, India, South Korea, Taiwan,
Thailand, and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets for Years 2000, 2007
& 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-155

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    5a. Australia.....III-1566

    A. Market Analysis.....III-156

Current & Future Analysis.....III-156
Market Overview.....III-156
Dependant on New Technology.....III-156
Table 161: Leading Players in the Australian Music Market
(2004): Percentage Breakdown of Sales for Sony BMG, EMI
Australia, Warner, and Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-156
Robust Growth in Digital Music Sales Boost Market.....III-1561

  Table 162: Music Market in Australia (2006): Sales* in
US$ Million by Segment ?Compact Discs and Digital
Music.....III-157

Instant Pirate CDs.....III-1571
  Key Statistics.....III-158

Table 163: Sound Recordings and Music Videos Market in
Australia (2005 & 2006): Net Sales in Units by
Configuration ?CD, Music Video/DVD, CD Singles, Cassette, Vinyl,
DVD Singles, Vinyl Singles, DVD Albums, and Others; and Digital
Sales.....III-158

Table 164: Sound Recordings and Music Videos Market in
Australia (2001-2006): Singles Net Sales in ?00 Units by
Format ?CDs, 7" & 12" Vinyl, and DVD/Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-1581

  Table 165: Sound Recordings and Music Videos Market in
Australia (2001-2006): Albums Net Sales in ?00 Units by
Format ?CDs, Cassettes, 12" Vinyl, and DVD/Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-159


Table 166: Sound Recordings and Music Videos Market in
Australia (2005 & 2006): Singles Net Sales in A$?00 by
Format ?CDs, Vinyl, and DVD/Others.....III-159

Table 167: Sound Recordings and Music Videos Market in
Australia (2005 & 2006): Albums Net Sales in A$?00 by
Format ?CDs, Cassettes, Vinyl, and DVD/Others.....III-1591

  Key Industry Association.....III-160

Australian Recording Industry Association.....III-160
Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-1601

  B. Market Analytics.....III-161

Table 168: Australian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million
for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-161

Table 169: Australian Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-161
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 5b. China.....III-1624
  A. Market Analysis.....III-162

Current & Future Analysis.....III-162
Market Overview.....III-162
Table 170: Leading Music Labels in China (2004 & 2005):
Percentage Breakdown of Sales for China Record Corporation,
Baoli Golden Video and Audio, China Musician Video and Audio
Publishing House, China Recorded Video and Audio Tape
Publishing General House, Qinghua Tongfang CD Electronic
Publishing House, Beijing Yinguan Electronic Publishing, and
Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-1621

  Optical Media and Internet: The Pirate Favorites.....III-163

Regulatory Measures: IPR Courts Yet to Deliver Full
Results.....III-163
Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-1632

  B. Market Analytics.....III-165

Table 171: Chinese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-165

Table 172: Chinese Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-165
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 5c. India.....III-1664

  A. Market Analysis.....III-166

Current & Future Analysis.....III-166
Market Overview.....III-166
Industry Characteristics.....III-166
Type of Music.....III-166
Revenue Structure.....III-166
Non-Film Music.....III-166
Consumption and Distribution.....III-1661

  Leading Music Record Companies.....III-167

Outlook.....III-167
Factors Affecting the Industry.....III-167
FM Radio.....III-167
Piracy.....III-1671

    Distribution & Piracy.....III-168

B. Market Analytics.....III-168
Table 173: Indian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1681

  Table 174: Indian Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-169

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    5d. South Korea.....III-1702

    A. Market Analysis.....III-170

Current and Future Analysis.....III-170
Market Overview.....III-170
Digital Music Market.....III-170
B. Market Analytics.....III-170
Table 175: Korean Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1701

  Table 176: Korean Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-171

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    5e. Taiwan.....III-1723

    A. Market Analysis.....III-172

Current & Future Analysis.....III-172
Market Overview.....III-172
Internet Piracy: Growing Strong.....III-172
Optical Media Management Statute: Need for Effective
Implementation.....III-172
The Law and its Implications.....III-1721

    Enforcement of the Law.....III-173

Legalities: Proving to be Hurdles.....III-173
Juveniles to the Rescue of Pirates.....III-173
B. Market Analytics.....III-173
Table 177: Taiwanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1731

  Table 178: Taiwanese Long-term Projections for Music
Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
174

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    5f. Thailand.....III-1752

    A. Market Analysis.....III-175

Current & Future Analysis.....III-175
Market Overview.....III-175
B. Market Analytics.....III-175
Table 179: Thai Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1751

  Table 180: Thai Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-176

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    5g. Rest of Asia-Pacific.....III-1775

    A. Market Analysis.....III-177

Current and Future Analysis.....III-177
Focus on Select Markets.....III-177
Indonesia.....III-177
Music Piracy.....III-177
Existing System Proving Ineffective in Curbing Piracy.....III-
177
Indonesian CD Plant Signs Anti-Piracy Agreement with Recording
Industry.....III-1771

    Malaysia.....III-178

Piracy Market.....III-178
Optical Disc Act Yet to Bear Fruits.....III-178
The Optical Disc Act.....III-178
Aftermath of ODA.....III-1781

    New Zealand.....III-179

Table 181: Leading Players in the New Zealand Music Market
(2004): Percentage Breakdown of Salesfor Universal Music, Sony
BMG, EMI,Warner Music, & Others (includescorresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-179
Pakistan.....III-179
Lack of Copyright Legislations Lead to Increased Levels of
Piracy.....III-1791

    The Philippines.....III-180

Piracy Market.....III-180
Music Industry Seeks Action Against Major Philippines
Group.....III-180
B. Market Analytics.....III-180
Table 182: Rest of Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1801

  Table 183: Rest of Asia-Pacific Long-term Projections for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-181

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    6. Latin America.....III-1824

    A. Market Analysis.....III-182

Current & Future Analysis.....III-182
Market Overview.....III-182
Hottest Piracy Region.....III-1821

  Piracy Levels in Latin America ?2004.....III-183

Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-1831

  B. Market Analytics.....III-184

Table 184: Latin American Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Music Recording by Geographic Region ?Argentina,
Brazil, Mexico, and Rest of Latin American Markets
Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million
for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1841

  Table 185: Latin American Long-term Projections for Music
Recording by Geographic Region ?Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, and
Rest of Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with
Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-185


Table 186: Latin American 11-Year Perspective for Music
Recording by Geographic Region ?Percentage Breakdown of Dollar
Sales for Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, and Rest of Latin American
Markets for Years 2000, 2007 & 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-185
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 6a. Argentina.....III-1862

  A. Market Analysis.....III-186

Current and Future Analysis.....III-186
Market Overview.....III-186
B. Market Analytics.....III-186
Table 187: Argentinean Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million
for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1861

  Table 188: Argentinean Long-term Projections for Music
Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
187

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    6b. Brazil.....III-1884

    A. Market Analysis.....III-188

Current and Future Analysis.....III-188
Market Overview.....III-188
Big Music Market with Even Bigger Appetite for Piracy.....III-
188
Federal Piracy Regulations ?No Concrete Actions
Forthcoming.....III-188
Role of Inter Ministerial Committee.....III-1881

    State and Local Efforts Show Results.....III-189

Judicial System: Unwarranted Delays and Ineffective
Deterrence.....III-189
Music CD Piracy: Wiping Out the Audio Cassette Market.....III-
1891

    Brazil Delivers Largest Ever Anti Piracy Ruling.....III-190

B. Market Analytics.....III-190
Table 189: Brazilian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figuresin US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010(includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1901

  Table 190: Brazilian Long-term Projections for Music
Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
191

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    6c. Mexico.....III-1922

    A. Market Analysis.....III-192

Current and Future Analysis.....III-192
Maket Overview.....III-192
Table 191: Leading Players in the Mexican Recorded Music Market
(2004): Percentage Breakdown of Salesfor Sony Mexico, Warner,
Universal, BMG, EMI, Fonovisa, and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-192
Anti-Piracy Committee: Improving the Enforcement.....III-1921

    B. Market Analytics.....III-193

Table 192: Mexican Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figuresin US$ Million for
Years 2000 through 2010(includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-193

Table 193: Mexican Long-term Projections for Music Recording
with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through
2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-193
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    6d. Rest of Latin America.....III-1942

    A. Market Analysis.....III-194

Current and Future Analysis.....III-194
Paraguay.....III-194
Transit Stop for the Brazilian Piracy Market.....III-194
B. Market Analytics.....III-194
Table 194: Rest of Latin America Recent Past, Current & Future
Analysis for Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1941

  Table 195: Rest of Latin America Long-term Projections for
Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for
Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-195

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    7. Rest of World.....III-1964

    A. Market Analysis.....III-196

Current & Future Analysis.....III-196
Piracy Levels in Other Markets ?2004.....III-196
Focus on Select Markets.....III-196
The Middle East.....III-196
Music Piracy in the Middle East.....III-1961

  Cassettes Remain the Favorite of Music Pirates.....III-197

Egypt.....III-197
Israel.....III-197
Music Market.....III-197
Retail Piracy on the Rise.....III-1971

  South Africa.....III-198

B. Market Analytics.....III-198
Table 196: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis
for Music Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million
for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart).....III-1981

  Table 197: Rest of World Long-term Projections for Music
Recording with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years
2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-
1991

IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE218

  Total Companies Profiled: 235 (including
Divisions/Subsidiaries - 285)


Region/Country Players

The United States 159Canada 5Japan 5Europe 98 France 5 Germany
28 The United Kingdom 25 Italy 1 Spain 2 Rest of Europe 37Asia-
Pacific (Excluding Japan) 12Latin America 5Africa 1

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