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14.5.24

Eight out of ten most played artists were men

14.5.24

Eight out of ten most played artists were men

In 2023, the men continue to dominate the top list. The two women on the list are Norwegian, and with this Emma Steinbakken and Dagny mark their place in the top tier.

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13.5.24

Norwegian music dominates on NRK

13.5.24

Norwegian music dominates on NRK

More than half of the music played on NRK radio channels in 2023 was Norwegian. On the commercial radio channels, international music dominates.

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8.5.24

This song was played over 313 hours

8.5.24

This song was played over 313 hours

The Norwegian song "The Ballet Girl" by Aden Foyer was played almost 6,000 times last year. This puts the Norwegian at the top of the list of most played Norwegian songs.

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18.3.24

Main payment 2024

18.3.24

Main payment 2024

We have now allocated NOK 103.2 million for music played on the radio and in shops, cafés, gyms and the like in 2023. This is distributed with NOK 50.5 million to performers and NOK 52.7 million to record companies and self-producers.

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27.2.24

Gramo money for more

27.2.24

Gramo money for more

New reports from shops, cafés, gyms and the like mean that more people are now receiving payments from Gramo.

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11.12.23

Gramo's "Christmas payment" in your account today!

11.12.23

Gramo's "Christmas payment" in your account today!

The final payment of the year distributes NOK 23.1 million to Norwegian artists, producers and record labels.

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9.11.23

Creating a "common language" for music data

9.11.23

Creating a "common language" for music data

By adopting the DDEX standard for data exchange of metadata, Gramo wants to ensure that payments to rights holders are made faster, more accurately and with full transparency.

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8.11.23

EUR 178 million across borders

8.11.23

EUR 178 million across borders

Last year, EUR 178 million for artists and musicians was exchanged between Gramo organizations internationally. A total of EUR 880 million was collected in remuneration. This is an increase of 10 percent from the previous year.

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19.10.23

Artificial intelligence will change the music industry

19.10.23

Artificial intelligence will change the music industry

A thousand new Carp songs every single day? With polka rhythms and Britney as a backing singer, all tailored to your own mood? - The only thing stopping it is the law," says Ankit Desai. He believes AI will change everything.

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4.10.23

Chris Holsten delivered last year's most played song in Norwegian

4.10.23

Chris Holsten delivered last year's most played song in Norwegian

Holsten's "Slå Hjerte, Slå" was the most played Norwegian-language song on the radio in 2022. He also holds second place on the same list with "Smilet I Ditt Eget Speil". Together, the two Holsten songs received over 500 hours of airplay.

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27.9.23

Want the industry to set requirements for gender balance 

27.9.23

Want the industry to set requirements for gender balance 

A more even gender balance as a condition for funding when organizing concerts and festivals was one of the proposals discussed during this year's by:larm.

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20.9.23

Large variation in the proportion of Norwegian music on the radio

20.9.23

Large variation in the proportion of Norwegian music on the radio

The proportion of Norwegian music on the individual radio channels varies from 50.9 percent on NRK P1 to 5.6 percent on Radio Norge.

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18.9.23

Kygo most played artist for the fourth year in a row

18.9.23

Kygo most played artist for the fourth year in a row

With 38 different songs and over 1,000 hours on the air, Kygo consolidates its position as the most played Norwegian artist on Norwegian radio stations for the fourth year in a row.

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13.9.23

Male artists still dominate

13.9.23

Male artists still dominate

8 of the 10 most played artists on Norwegian radio are men, according to a recent statistics report from Gramo.

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27.6.23

New record year for Gramo!

27.6.23

New record year for Gramo!

We are proud to announce an impressive record year in 2022 with a growth of 10 percent. A total of NOK 151 million was distributed to licensees, an increase of NOK 14 million compared to the previous year. After a demanding period with the pandemic, we are now approaching normal levels.

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22.6.23

Gramo at Bylarm

22.6.23

Gramo at Bylarm

Artificial intelligence and gender equality in the music industry are among the topics Gramo will highlight at this year's conference

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12.6.23

Summer payout

12.6.23

Summer payout

True to tradition, we carried out a post-settlement before the summer, this time amounting to NOK 20.6 million. NOK 11 million of this was settled to performers and NOK 9.6 million was settled to producers.

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12.6.23

Gramo's annual meeting

12.6.23

Gramo's annual meeting

On Monday, June 5, Gramo's annual meeting was held at Popsenteret in Oslo. The meeting was conducted with a hybrid solution, where registered members could either be physically present or participate digitally. Our supplier, Playroom, ensured that the annual meeting was organized and carried out in a good way.

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