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... The IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) Digital Report 2011 is briefly ... highlighted. The digital music market has grown 1,000% since 2004, with a trade value of $4.6 billion. ...
... Williams comments on statistics released from the International Federation of the Phonographic ... Industry (IFPI), relating them to recorded music sales figures for the U.K. for 2009. The emerging ... theme is the huge potential for the industry for growing the business again if it seizes certain opportunities. ...
... Reports on the confimration of Jason "Jay" Berman as the new head of the International Federation ... of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) and discusses how his 11-year tenure at the Recording Industry ... Association of America (RIAA) makes him a very suitable leader of the global recording industry's trade body. ...
... being considered for the position of chairman of the International Federation of the Phonographic ... Reports that outgoing Recording Industry Association of America chairman Jason "Jay" Berman is ... Industry, the London-based organization which represents the music industry worldwide. Notes how Berman's appointment would impact IFPI. ...
... -Piracy Bill. Notes that the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) welcomes the ... Reports that on 21 June, 2000, the Italian Chamber of Deputies approved the much-delayed Anti ... action, as the draft of the law increases sanctions against copyright abusers. ...
... International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) sponsored meeting in Rome "Three Days Against ... Describes the meeting of record industry leaders, artists, and government officials at the ... Piracy" April 14-16, 1997. Expresses the author's opinion about what Italy must do to combat the significant problem of music piracy. ...
... Reports on the forming of a new department of lawyers by the International Federation of the ... Phonographic Industry within its organization to fight music piracy on a global level. Comments on ... increases to funding of anti-piracy programs which brings the total IFPI budget up to $6.7 million. ...
... Briefly outlines the three "essential protections" which the International Federation of the ... Phonographic Industry (IFPI) would like to see included in a European Union draft of a Copyright ... Directive. Notes that a "plethora of amendments" have weakened the original draft. ...
... International Federation of the Phonographic Industry state that midyear sales of all audio and music video ... Global sales of recorded music fell by 10.9% in value and 10.7% in units in the first half of 2003 ... formats were worth $12.7 billion, compared with $14.2 billion in the first half of 2002. ...
... Reports on the interim statistics from the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry ... first half of 2000. States that music industry observers are cautiously anticipating another record year. Examines the statistics in detail. ... (IFPI), noting that the statistics showed a marginal increase in both unit sales and value for the ...
... Profiles Jason Berman, the first chairman/CEO of the International Federation of the Phonographic ... Industry (IFPI) and explains how his work on the passage of the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright ... Act will serve as a lesson for similar efforts facing the European Union. ...
... International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI). Describes the extent of music piracy as ... Reports that Ian Grant has been appointed the first director of anti-piracy operations for the ... being much wider than previously thought and provides statistics on countries which are probable suppliers of pirated CDs. ...
... Reports that the Hong Kong office of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry has ... suspended its weekly album chart while it looks at new ways of collating data and revamping the chart's format. ...
... Reports that a new initiative by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry to ... develop global market-share information for the record industry was approved during the trade group's main board meeting November 13, 2001, in London. ...
... In an interview, lawyer and International Federation of the Phonographic Industry CEO Frances ... Moore discusses a variety of topics, including: (1) European anti-piracy legislation, (2) keeping label ... members happy, and (3) securing performance rights for terrestrial radio broadcasts in the US. ...
... The 2011 survey from the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry on global market ... share in the music industry is highlighted. South Korea, India, and Mexico were flagged for growing music markets, and Spain was also lamentable. ...
... a third of the board seats in the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), and ... Reports on the decision of the two leading music industry bodies to allow indie companies to hold ... BPW. Explains that the decision is part of a comprehensive European effort. ...
IFPI Meet Gets Political
Billboard (1998) Vol. 110, No. 44, pp. 6, 89
... Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) in London noting the presence of U.S. government ... Comments on the political lobbying evident at the October 21-22, 1998 meeting of the International ... officials and supporters of British prime minister Tony Blair who stressed the government's determination to support the music industry. ...
... John Kennedy has stepped down as chief executive of the International Federation of the ... Phonographic Industry, the advocacy body for the recorded music industry. His successor is Frances Moore, formerly the organization's executive vice president. ...
... On October 7, 2004, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry initiated 459 legal ... ) users without authorization from the copyright owners. Legal action in the UK was instigated by the British Phonographic Industry trade association. ... actions against European music uploaders. The organization says the cases are aimed at uploaders who ...