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IFPI

(International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) An organization representing more than 1,400 companies and industry associations that is devoted to promoting the value of recorded music. Based in London, its focus is the safeguarding of the rights of record producers and to expand the use of recorded music. For more information, visit www.ifpi.org.
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On that note, the report says, this is the first time the IFPI Global Recording Artist of the Year simultaneously has the best-selling record and single of the year.
The success Ed has achieved is astonishing and a testament to his ability to write and perform songs that connect with a truly global fanbase," IFPI chief executive Frances Moore said in a statement.
The coordinated day marks "an opportunity to recreate excitement around the release of music -- the message is 'Think Friday, Think New Music,'" said Frances Moore, chief executive of the London-based IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry).
In February 2015, the IFPI, which according to the organization's website consists of about 1,300 members from over sixty countries, officially announced that after months of discussion global release day will happen starting July 10, 2015.
Organised by the IFPI (Hong Kong Group) Ltd and supported by the HKTDC, the event will feature performances of top recording artists from across Asia and a song contest for the Super Nova Award.
que em 2010, segundo estimativas da IFPI (2011), movimentou cerca 132,3 bilhoes de dolares (teve um crescimento de 4% em relacao ao ano anterior).
As an industry we remain very challenged," the IFPI chief executive Frances Moore told reporters.
A primera vista, la IFPI pareceria ser una organizacion multinacional, pero la mayoria de las empresas afiliadas estan aglutinadas bajo una asociacion: la Asociacion de la Industria del Disco de America (RIAA, por sus siglas en ingles).
But a new report from the IFPI, which represents the global industry, has catalogued the millions of dollars required to break a new artist.
2 billion, industry trade body IFPI said last week.
The IFPI, which represents the music firms, says countries need to speed up legislation to tackle digital piracy.
In the three years the website was operating, the IFPI never once made a request for Alan to stop what he had been doing.