April 27, 2016
Australia’s recorded music industry returned to growth in 2015 thanks to strong gains from the flourishing streaming business and a relatively painless decline in the still-powerful CD album format.
The overall record market grew by 5% in value last year to A$333.8 million ($252 million), the first uptick for the domestic industry since the trade body shared annual wholesale figures for 2012.
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