14th December 2021

IFPI pledges support for Music Climate Pact

14 December 2021 – IFPI has announced its support for a climate pact, launched today, which aims to ‘decarbonise’ the music industry in alignment with latest climate science. Established by Association of Independent Music (AIM) in collaboration with UK record labels association the BPI, the Music Climate Pact has launched with a number of leading […]

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25th November 2021

IFPI and creative and cultural sectors from across Europe express serious concerns over the EU Council’s general approach on the DSA

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2nd November 2021

IFPI appoints Rawan Al-Dabbas as MENA Regional Director

IFPI, representing the recording industry worldwide, has appointed Rawan Al-Dabbas to the newly created role of IFPI Regional Director, Middle East & North Africa (MENA), effective immediately. Al-Dabbas will lead IFPI’s work across the region to promote the value of recorded music, expand its commercial uses, and campaign for the rights of record producers. Reporting […]

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27th October 2021

DSA – a missed opportunity and a step backwards: a letter from IFPI and organisations representing the creative sector in Europe

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21st October 2021

IFPI releases Engaging with Music 2021

Fans around world are listening to more music – 18.4 hours (368 three-minute tracks) weekly Fans enjoy music in more ways, as labels’ innovation drives excitement and diversity of music Use of unlicensed music remains an issue harming creators, continues to evolve Download the full report here Infographic available for download here Localised report also […]

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8th October 2021

IFPI CTO Richard Gooch talks music metadata on The Music Ally Podcast

IFPI CTO Richard Gooch joined journalist Joe Sparrow on The Music Ally Podcast to talk all things music metadata “If you’re listening to the radio there in Berlin and you hear a Jamaican track played, there is a mechanism in place for the rights holder in Jamaica to get paid for that – that’s because […]

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