In 2018, 91% of Canadians are listening to music, with teens and Millennials leading the way by listening to music on multiple devices, using new technology and paying for streaming subscriptions.
Younger music streamers are heavily engaged with playlisting with 98% of music streaming teens and 96% of music streaming Millennials engaging with playlists compared to 84% of the general population of Canadian music streamers.Read More
Canada, which has the 10th largest economy in the world with a GDP of USD $1529.76 billion (2016) representing 2.47 per cent of the world economy, is located at the northern end of the North American continent bounded by the Pacific Ocean and the state of Alaska to the west, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Arctic Ocean to the north and, to the south, the United States of America.Read More
Welcome to the Nielsen Music Year-End Report, which examines the trends that shaped the Canadian music industry in 2017 with definitive consumption figures and charts.Read More
This is an exciting time for Canadian music as the industry is experiencing tremendous growth at home and around the world. With both new and established music platforms continuing to flourish, there’s never been a more dynamic time to be involved with this business.Read More
The following Spotlight can help your company stay informed with the right resources to take advantage of free trade agreements in your target market(s). From risk management to non-tariff barriers to intellectual property, this short guide can assist your business in its export endeavours.Read More
Re:Sound is the Canadian not-for-profit music licensing company dedicated to obtaining fair compensation for artists and record companies for their performance rights.
We advocate for music creators, educate music users, license businesses and distribute royalties to creators — all to help build a thriving and sustainable music industry in Canada.Read More
We at BuzzAngle Music are proud to release our first-ever yearly report, on 2016 Canada music consumption. 2016 was another successful year in music, with overall consumption rising 8.5% over 2015, marking the second year in a row with solid growth.Read More
Music listening in Canada remains as popular as it ever has been, driven by new music services and great new music by home-grown superstar artists (Drake, Bieber, The Weeknd to name a few). What continues to change, however, is how fans are accessing and engaging with music.Read More