Hungarian Music Industry Report 2015

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The Hungarian Music Industry Report 2015 (original title: A ProArt zeneipari jelentése 2015) is Hungary’s first music industry report[1].

The Hungarian Music Industry Report 2015, following the three income streams model from creation to the audience, summerized the number of works that were created, recorded, staged in Hungary in a year. The report calculated their revenues, their value added, their employment effect and the investments of the recording industry in 143 pages. There is an extensive business development and policy conclusions chapter in the 143-pages report, which is the first in a series about the Central European music industry (see: Slovak Music Industry Report 2019, Private Copying in Croatia, Central European Music Industry Report 2020). The subsequent private versions of Hungarian report in the The Competition of Unlicensed, Licensed and Illegal uses on the Markets of Music and Audiovisual Works[2] show the competition between licensed and non-licensed music and audiovisual works and estimates the consumer benefit from private copying. These reports empirically estimate the value gap for Hungary.

  1. Daniel Antal: A ProArt zeneipari jelentése (2015)| http://zeneipar.info/letoltes/proart-zeneipari-jelentes-2015.pdf.
  2. Daniel Antal: The Competition of Unlicensed, Licensed and Illegal uses on the Markets of Music and Audiovisual Works [A szabad felhasználások, a jogosított tartalmak és az illegális felhasználások versenye a zenék és audiovizuális alkotások hazai piacán], 2017, 2018, 2019. Artisjus. Business confidential.