Representing the recording industry worldwide

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Promoting the value of recorded music

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members across IFPI and its National Group network

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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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Taylor Swift Confirmed by IFPI as Biggest-Selling Global Recording Artist of the Year

Taylor Swift wins award for unprecedented third time, confirming her place as most successful artist in the award’s 10-year history

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Unanimous vote in the COREPER meeting endorses the EU AI Act

2nd Feb 2024 – IFPI has issued the following statement on the unanimous vote in the COREPER (EU Ambassadors) meeting endorsing the EU AI Act: “The Council’s unanimous approval of the EU AI Act marks an important step forward in helping to protect creators in the AI environment. AI offers creators both opportunities and risks, and we believe […]

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EU AI Act Joint statement from European creators and rightsholders

Brussels, 1 February 2024 – IFPI has today co-signed a rightsholder letter about the EU AI Act – please see the full text of the letter below. We represent a broad coalition of over two hundred organisations in Europe’s creative and cultural sectors, encompassing authors from multiple sectors including music, visual, audiovisual, and literary; book […]

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