Digital Music Revenues Double In Brazil, But Because of Mobile

A recent report by international music trade group IFPI re-affirms Brazil as Latin America’s top digital music market, with revenues doubling in 2008. According to IFPI’s “Digital Music Report 2009,” digital accounts for more than 10% of recorded music sales in Brazil. Eighty percent of those sales are derived from mobile, as opposed to online.

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