Why join IAFAR
Artists are performers who appear on a recording.
When that recording is publicly performed, you have earned a royalty.
That royalty is called a Neighbouring Right Royalty (“NR”)
PPL collects NR royalties in the UK.
PPL will pay you or your agent/representative if you’ve registered your recording.
Understand the issues affecting your NR and have IAFAR on your side when things go wrong.
IAFAR’s function is to lobby for change and provide education within the recording rights community.
What do the IAFAR do?
Advocacy – IAFAR was founded to tackle worldwide issues affecting neighbouring rights legislation.
Education – IAFAR will provide workshops and literature to help educate about NR and solve problems affecting NR.
Community – IAFAR will provide a community to support, debate and foster the work of all members.
Help getting NR problems fixed.
Potentially increase your income as a recording artist, session musician, producer, engineer or NR representative.
Attend events, learn about NR and how they affect you, meet your peers.
We are not for profit so your membership dues are put to work for your benefit.