From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is a list of all notable K-Pop concerts held outside the Asian continent. 2003–2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 See also References Percentage deals. CP_APCE_SynOpp_020211VDEF__3_.pdf. Showcase international music directory. Etude exclusive sur le rapport des jeunes avec les marques et la pub. Louis Vuitton seeks massive investment in YG Entertainment » bigbangupdates. From MK News: Louis Vuitton seeks massive investment in YG Entertainment The world’s top-notch luxury brand group LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton is on track to make a large scale investment in the 100 billion won range ($1=KRW970) in South Korea’s one of the top three entertainment companies YG Entertainment. The deal, if materialized, will become the first-ever for overseas luxury brand group to invest in the nation’s entertainment company.
Reportedly, Louis Vuitton seeks business partnership rather than attempting to acquire management rights or make profits. LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton is the world’s leading luxury group whose brands include Bulgari and TAG Heuer while YG Entertainment has led the Korean pop culture across Asia with famous singers like Psy, Big Bang and 2NEI. The deal will likely help the two to create significant synergies in expanding their business. From KoreaTimes: YG Entertainment to attract W100 billion from LVMH (Repeated info omitted.) From Reuters: Comment évolue le marché de la vente en ligne de livres. Les pure players sont les seuls à voir leurs ventes d'ouvrages imprimés progresser. Amazon, qui occupe 70% du segment, y approche les 500 millions d'euros de revenus. La relative stabilité du marché du livre imprimé sur la période 2006-2013 ne doit pas masquer des disparités importantes selon le type de circuit de distribution, constate Xerfi dans sa récente étude "La distribution de livres".
En effet, les pure players de la vente en ligne sont les seuls à progresser véritablement, avec un taux de croissance annuel moyen de plus de 9% sur la période. Ceux qui souffrent le plus sont les libraires de 2ème niveau : les libraires spécialisés ainsi que les généralistes qui réalisent moins de 750 000 euros de chiffre d'affaires annuel ou offrent moins de 15 000 références de livres. Quant au segment du livre numérique, s'il est inéluctablement amené à s'accroître, le rythme de cette progression demeure incertain.
ALLEMAGNE. JAPAN. Why it was so easy for Korea to overtake Japan in the pop culture wars - Quartz. If you dismiss Gangnam Style’s popularity as just a freak meme (714 million hits as of this posting), you do so at your own peril. As World Bank President Jim Yong Kim pointed out in a recent interview, Korean rapper Psy is a late-appearing symptom of South Korea’s ambition to be the world’s pop culture factory. South Korean soap operas, music, and junk food already dominate the Asian cultural scene, and its westward expansion is a foregone conclusion. Case in point: the hit TV show Glee will be performing Gangnam Style on an episode to air in November. Once, Japanese movies, videogames, and pop music were all the rage. But now, the epicenter of Asian pop culture has moved 700 miles (1000km) westward, from Japan to Korea.
And no, it didn’t start with Gangnam Style. As for music revenue, South Korea’s upswing goes against the negative trends in Japan and the world as a whole: Japan’s pop-culture dominance is hurting, and not just in music. Why is Japan’s cultural influence waning? IFPI 2013 Recording Industry in Numbers: Global Revenue, Emerging Markets Rise; U.S., U.K., Germany Drop.
An increase in digital, performance rights and sync revenues, combined with the rise of rapidly growing emerging markets, contributed to a 0.2% rise in global trade revenue generated by the recorded music industry in 2012, according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry's (IFPI) annual "Recording Industry in Numbers" (RIN) report, published today (April 8). As reported on Feb. 26 this year, when IFPI published its annual Digital Music Report, global recorded music sales totaled $16.5 billion in 2012, an increase of 0.2% on the previous year. More importantly, 2012 was the first year of industry growth since 1999, says IFPI, whose latest "Recording Industry in Numbers" report provides more detailed analysis and statistics on the current global music business. IFPI Digital Music Report 2013: Global Recorded Music Revenues Climb for First Time Since 1999 U.S. digital sales totaled $2.60 billion (up from $2.34 billion), accounting for 58% of the market.