MPAA Revenue Grows, Chris Dodd Gets $2.4 Million

Last year we asked whether the MPAA was dying but today we can report that’s most certainly not the case. The MPAA’s latest tax filing to the IRS was published this week, covering the fiscal year 2011. Despite the long reporting delay, the figures show some interesting trends. After the group’s revenue was cut in half to $49.6 million during the previous three years, it started growing again in 2011. The filing lists total revenue at $60.8 million, which is a direct result of an increase in membership dues from the movie studios. Despite the extra income, the MPAA reduced its number of employees from 247 to 205 in a year. However, the group didn’t cut back on total employee compensation which rose from $21.7 to $24.5 in the same time frame, with 10% going to MPAA boss Chris Dodd…

MPAA Revenue Grows, Chris Dodd Gets $2.4 Million

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Friday, March 1st, 2013 Net News

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