Entries in 'IFPI' (51)

Music biz fires back at Google over YouTube

When is $2 billion not enough? When it’s coming from Google, according to leading music business trad

Updated: EU Referendum: the music biz reacts

The UK music business has woken up to a shock result in the EU Referendum, with the UK voting to Leave the

Canadian Music Week: Industry leaders worldwide attack YouTube and Google

Music industry leaders have singled out YouTube and parent company Google as companies responsible for the

Nigerian music industry to start licensing public performance rights for sound recordings

The IFPI has welcomed the announcement by Nigeria’s music copyright collecting society, COSON, t

UK reclaims spot as No. 3 global music market

The UK is once again the world’s No.3 music market, having overtaken Germany, according to figures fr

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SFX granted $15m to pay artist advances 

EDM promoter SFX Entertainment has be

Stu Bergen: 'Once European artists talked of breaking America, now they also dream of breaking China'

Today, Stu Bergen (pictured), CEO, international and global commercial services, Warner Music Grou

Global music revenue grew 3.2% in 2015 - report

Digital became the primary revenue stream for recorded music in 2015, overtaking sales of physical formats

IFPI and SoundExchange launch ISRC search tool

A new platform, the ISRC Search Site, will provide access to the largest database of identifiers of so

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‘Fifth Beatle’ Sir George Martin dies, aged 90

Producer George Martin,

Adele named IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2015

Adele has been named by IFPI as the most popular recording artist across the globe in 2015.

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Music stars light up Super Bowl

The Super Bowl tradition was respected with a bomba

Digital sales dominate Denmark music market

Figures released by the IFPI show 88% of Danish music companies’ revenue now comes from digital music

IFPI chief defends labels' pay outs to artists for streaming

IFPI chief executive Frances Moore has spoken out in defence of the level of streaming payments to artists.

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