International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI)
Fédération internationale de l'industrie phonographique
Federación Internacional de la Industria Fonografica
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1933-11 Rome Italy
Nov 1933, Rome (Italy). Previous name: International Federation of Producers of Phonograms and Videograms – Fédération internationale des producteurs de phonogrammes et vidéogrammes – Federación Internacional de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas. First statutes adopted at General Meeting, 31 May 1978, Oslo (Norway); amended at General Meetings: 19 Jun 1985, Geneva (Switzerland); 11 Jun 1987, Hamburg (Germany FR); 15 Jun 1989, Athens (Greece). Rules adopted: 31 May 1978, Oslo; amended: 14 Oct 1980, Delhi (India); 3 Jun 1982, Lisbon (Portugal); 19 Jun 1985, Geneva; 13 Mar 1986, London (UK); 11 Jun 1987, Hamburg; 15 Jun 1989, Athens; 11 Jun 1991, Budapest (Hungary). Current statutes adopted at General Meeting, 18 Apr 1996, Washington DC (USA); amended in 1997, 1998, 2000. Statutes Registered in accordance with Swiss law. EU Transparency Register: 60394321918-91.
Promote the value of recorded music; campaign for record producer rights; expand commercial uses of recorded music in all member markets.
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