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Company of the Month: Dancing Bear Publishing

Company of the Month: Dancing Bear Publishing

DANCING BEAR PUBLISHING is a part of Dancing Bear Group and one of the biggest publishers in the region, sub-publisher of Warner/Chappell Music for Croatia, Macedonia and Bosnia & Herzegovina. Dancing Bear Publishing also sub-publishes and represents independent...

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IMPF and IMPEL collaborate on Digital Licensing Handbook

IMPF and IMPEL collaborate on Digital Licensing Handbook

IMPF and IMPEL are set to jointly publish a Digital Licensing Handbook, which will be available exclusively for the independent publisher members of the two organisations. Written by Jane Dyball – former CEO of MPA UK, MCPS and IMPEL, and a highly experienced...

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Claiming a front row seat – the place of music in society

Claiming a front row seat – the place of music in society

76 International, European & national music organisations including IMPF are “Claiming a front row seat for music” calling for policy makers to fully acknowledge the artistic, social and economic value of the music sector and to live up to these words in political...

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IMPF writes to Croatian Government and Parliament re: Article 213

IMPF has written letters to the Croatian Prime Minister, Minister of Culture & Media and Members of Parliament.  See letters below. IMPF Letter to Croatian Government and Parliament re Article 213 - Members of Parliament IMPF Letter to Croatian Government and...

User Centric Impact Study – CNM

The National Centre of Music (CNM) of France has launched its long-awaited study on the impacts that the User Centric Payment System may have.  Please see press release below. 20210121_UCPS_CNM_Pressrelease

Company of the Month: Strictly Confidential

Founded in 1987 Strictly Confidential was initially launched as the publishing arm of the [PIAS] Group. Whilst still maintaining strong links to PIAS, Strictly Confidential has, over the years, evolved into a separate company and is now firmly established as one of...

Company of the Week: 22D Music Group

Since 2003, 22D Music Group is an independent music rights management company with a special focus on music rights of audiovisual industries with worldwide coverage. Headquartered in Paris, 22D Music Group is a direct member of the major collection societies and an...

EUIPO Publishes IP Perception Study 2020

"Fewer Europeans buy counterfeits or access pirated material as demand for paid content grows;  the new survey released by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), questioned EU residents aged 15 and above on their attitudes and behaviour towards...

Company of the Week: Mushroom Music

Mushroom Music is the most successful independent music publisher in Australasia. Mushroom is a full-service creative publisher established in 1972 by Michael Gudinski (AO) and lead by Managing Director Linda Bosidis.  We work with some of the most iconic Australian,...

Company of the week: Metatron

Metatron is a company that was founded in 2004. With offices in Milan and Turin, we are involved in all the aspects that revolve around the Music Business. Our goal has always been the same: transforming exciting and unique ideas into reality and putting them into the...

IMPF launches Independent Music Publishing Global Market View 2020

IMPF, the Independent Music Publishers International Forum, today launches a report showing the value of the global independent music publishing copyright business. The indie business model is at the core of music publishing and this report assembles, for the first...

Company of the Week: OMSA

Organizacion Musical Sudamericana (OMSA) SRL was established in Buenos Aires in 1992 by Roberto Barry and John Nathan as a full-service Publisher and Sub-publishing company. A study of the Argentine music publishing business showed that many foreign publishers were...

Submission to the European Commission Consultation on Article 17

On behalf of its members, the IMPF has submitted a detailed contribution to the European Commission Consultation. IMPF submission on Targeted Consultation Article 17 of the Directive of Copyright in the Digital Single Market. IMPF has also responded to the Targeted...

Google Removes all Danish Music from YouTube

Google uses its total dominance in Denmark and announces it will remove all Danish music on YouTube unless Koda reduces by 70% the money it pays to songwriters and composers.  Read More.

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