Representing the recording industry worldwide


Promoting the value of recorded music

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Campaigning for record producer rights



members across IFPI and its National Group network


countries where our members operate

The voice of the recording industry worldwide

Promoting the Value of Recorded Music

IFPI demonstrates recorded music’s economic value in creating growth, jobs and investment, and its cultural value to society and in people’s lives.

Campaigning for the Rights of Record Producers

IFPI works to make sure that the rights of its members, who create, produce and invest in music, are properly protected and enforced.

Expanding the Commercial Uses of Recorded Music

IFPI works to help its members license and generate commercial value for music through every available channel across the world.

IFPI works as a global team. Our work brings together experts from different departments, countries and continents.

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Over 70 IFPI National Groups or affiliated music licensing companies

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over 70 markets where our member companies operate

Latest News

Adriana Restrepo named in Billboard’s Latin Power Players List

22nd September 2023 – Adriana Restrepo, IFPI’s Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean has been named as one of Billboard’s Latin Power Players for 2023. The annual list honours executives across every sector of Latin music. Restrepo has been recognised for her work championing labels’ and creators’ rights and leading the work to improve collection of performance […]

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Frances Moore to step down as CEO of IFPI

Longest-serving leader of recorded music trade body to retire at year’s end London, 20 July 2023 – IFPI, the organisation that represents the recording industry worldwide, announced today that Frances Moore has decided to retire from her position as Chief Executive Officer at the end of 2023. IFPI’s longest-serving leader, she has led the trade […]

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European creators and right holders call for meaningful transparency obligations on AI systems to ensure the lawful use of copyright-protected content

~ The EU Parliament’s proposal is a step in the right direction. ~ We represent a broad coalition of organisations in Europe’s creative and cultural sectors, including authors; book, news media, music, scientific, and technical publishers; recorded music, film and TV producers; distributors and photo agencies.  Europe has a unique opportunity to show global leadership […]

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