Artists are missing out on tens of millions of dollars from neighbouring rights. IAFAR is trying to fix the problem.

The trade organization doesn’t collect money for performers and it doesn’t represent neighbouring rights for them. What it does do is every bit as important: offering guidance, education and advice about neighbouring rights for performers and rightsholders, within a community comprised of some of the music business’s biggest names.

Source: Artists are missing out on tens of millions of dollars from neighbouring rights. IAFAR is trying to fix the problem.

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