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2nd March 2020

Taylor Swift Named IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2019

IFPI, the organisation that represents the recorded music industry worldwide, has named Taylor Swift the world’s best-selling recording artist of 2019. This is the second time Swift has won the award; the first time being in 2014.

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24th January 2020

Frances Moore included in the 2020 Billboard Power List

IFPI chief executive, Frances Moore, has been included in Billboard’s 2020 Billboard Power List which feature the music industry’s ‘most powerful figures’.

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19th December 2019

IFPI’s Music Listening 2019 – translated editions available

IFPI’s Music Listening 2019 is now available in other languages.

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7th November 2019

Frances Moore inducted onto the Music Week Women in Music Roll of Honour

Frances Moore, chief executive of IFPI, the organisation that represents the recorded music industry worldwide, has been inducted onto the Music Week Women in Music Roll of Honour.

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7th November 2019

Comment from IFPI on UK High Court decision in TuneIn case

IFPI welcomes today’s decision by the High Court of England and Wales confirming that TuneIn, the world’s largest online radio aggregator, needs a licence from UK sound recording right holders.

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22nd October 2019

IFPI and WIN announce cross-industry collaboration on recording industry data exchange service

Recording industry to develop centralised gateway to supply recording data in support of timely, accurate and efficient payments of public performance and broadcast revenues to recording right holders by music licensing companies.

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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