News

10th September 2020

IFPI and 21 organisations from Europe’s cultural and creative sectors raise concerns regarding the European Commission’s proposed guidance on the application of Article 17 of the DSM Directive

Read the full letter here.

Twitter @IFPI_ORG

The 2020 @CISACnews Global Collections Report is now available. 2020 collections for creators of music, audiovisual works, visual arts, drama & literature are expected to drop up to €3.5 billion due to Covid-19's impact. Download here:
https://www.cisac.org/Newsroom/News-Releases/Global-creators-royalties-expected-to-decline-by-up-to-3.5-billion-in-2020

The global repertoire data exchange service (RDx), the joint venture between @IFPI_org and @winformusic, is now "fully operational." More details about this important data project. Plus comments from Paul Sanders from @state51. @ratpie

https://legrandnetwork.blogspot.com/2020/10/ifpi-and-wins-repertoire-data-exchange.html

The work of The @BigIssue is, sadly, probably more important now than ever before. Just sharing details of #TheBigArtAuction to raise much needed funds to support their sellers and help fight #homelessness https://twitter.com/BigIssue/status/1317175230973050885