Revenue allocation for jazz genre


Posted on April 24th, 2011 by Kristin Thomson in By genre, Genre, Jazz, Revenue allocation. Comments Off on Revenue allocation for jazz genre

On the survey, we asked respondents to allocate their gross music-related income earned in the past 12 months amongst eight possible buckets. Income from: (1) composing/songwriting, (2) sound recordings, (3) performances, shows, concerts, (4) being a salaried player, (5) being a session player or freelancer — in the studio or on the road, (6) merchandise/brand, (7) teaching or (8) other.

The chart above shows the aggregated results of this allocation for those who reported that their primary genre was jazz. Read more about revenue types






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