'Digital is saving, not killing music' says Sony chief Edgar Berger


The global recorded music industry is on a path to recovery, according to a new report.

The turnaround is apparently being fuelled by licensed digital music services and rapid expansion into new markets internationally.

Recorded music is also helping drive a broader digital economy.

Edgar Berger, President & CEO, International, Sony Music Entertainment, said contrary to predictions, the digital revolution has saved, not killed off, music.

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