Studies and reports

Contenus culturels dans un environnement en ligne : analyse du transfert de valeur

28 septembre 2016

Etude commandée au cabinet Roland Berger par le Gesac (Groupement européen des sociétés d'auteurs et compositeurs), relayé en France par la Sacem, la SPPF, la Scam, la Saif, l'Adami et la Spedidam.

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The situation of musicians in the digital era

At Midem 2016, Adami will reveal the first figures from this report :

Etude Labex ICCA/Telecom ParisTech/Adami, conduite par Maya Bacache, Marc Bourreau, Sisley Maillard et François Moreau à partir d’un panel de 1243 artistes et musiciens interprètes.

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For Adami, these initial figures highlight the financial and professional insecurity of performing artists.

40% of performing artists have an annual income of less than €15,000
Only just under 60% of performing artists earn more than the French annual national minimum wage (€13,500). For artists with a recording contract, the figure is 69%.

Collective rights management is artists' 2nd most important source of income from music
While the most important source of income remains live performance, this figure confirms that collective management is a secure and developing economic model. Note that Adami revealed at Midem 2015 that worldwide turnover in related rights was worth more than €2 billion. In France, related rights represent about 50% of turnover from recorded music (physical and digital).

Given the choice between self-production and signing with a record label, 55% of artists preferred to produce themselves
The equivalent rate in 2007 was 45%. This is an indicator of changing practices. Whether for recording, promotion or distribution, digital technology gives performing artists greater scope for independence.

 

 

Etudes et données

The Global Market For Neigbouring Rights - June 2015

Following the introduction made at the European Meetings Adami in Metz April 2, 2015, Adami will present the general survey on neighboring rights collective management worldwide.
The survey aims to gather the financial sums generated by neighbouring rights, by country, region and worldwide. It distinguishes between financial masses of dependents colleges (labels, performers, musicians,
etc.), it measures the flow of rights between different countries and regions and will offer short-term financial projections for these rights' future.
This survey was conducted by Emmanuel Legrand (journalist) and John Simson (former Executive Director of SoundExchange and professor at Washington College of Law and Georgetown University Law Center).

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2ème panorama de l’économie de la culture et de la création en France - octobre 2015

Société des artistes-interprètes, l’Adami, partenaire de France Créative, a participé à ce second panorama paru en octobre 2015 qui analyse le poids de l’économie de la culture et de la création en France.
Malgré un contexte économique tendu, cette étude met en exergue, la bonne santé économique de la filière culturelle et créative, qui affiche une augmentation de 1,2% par rapport à la précédente édition de 2013.  Au-delà des chiffres, l’étude intègre les valeurs universelles de la culture porteuses de sens, d’émancipation et de lien social. La culture participe du dynamisme des territoires, au rayonnement international de notre pays et contribue à l’attractivité l’Europe.

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