The Value of Jazz In Britain Pt.1
12 Dec 2006
This report concluded a 12-month mapping excercise of British Jazz in the year 2004-2005, in order to derive its total economic value, which it valued at £86.77m for that period. The sources of revenue were broken down into the following categories:
- Ticket Sales
- Musicians Fees
- Public Subsidy
- Commercial Sponsorship
- CD Sales and PPL licensing fees
- Compositions and music publishing
The report was commissioned by Jazz Services and written by Mykaell Riley and Dave Laing, with additional contributions from Catherine Loveday and Norton York, University of Westminster.
A subsequent larger study – The Value of Jazz In Britain Pt 2 – was conducted in 2008 and published in 2010.
Publ. December 2006.
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