WIN in Chile


WIN’s Director of Legal and Business Affairs, Charlie Phillips attended a number of events in Chile in April. He spoke at the IMICHILE AGM, before co-hosting a mini-conference between IMICHILE, licensing body SCD, and various industry stakeholders.   He then went

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WINCHARTS – WIN Global Charts Report 2017


  Press Release WINCHARTS WIN Global Chart Report 2017   New Study Provides First Ever Global Overview of Chart Reporting   London, March 20th 2017 –– Worldwide Independent Network (WIN), the organisation that represents the interests of the global independent music

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Fluvial 2016


WIN’s Director of Legal and Business Affairs, Charlie Phillips, attended the Fluvial conference in Chile hosted by WIN member trade association IMIChile in Valdivia from 1st to 3rd December 2016. He sat on a panel discussing the benefits of collective

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Brazil Music Trends 2016


WIN’s Director of Legal and Business Affairs, Charlie Phillips, attended the Brazil Music Trends conference in Rio on 11th November 2016. The key objective was to take part in a debate in front of industry and policy makers on current

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3rd June 2016 The Worldwide Independent Network is proud to launch WINTEL, a ground breaking worldwide independent market report which explores the economic and cultural value of independent music. For the first time in the history of recorded music, the

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WIN discussion at Westway Lab, Portugal

In April 2016, WIN was invited to participate at Westway Lab, Portugal’s leading international music industry conference. Charlie Phillips was interviewed by Nuno Saraiva from AMAEI, and did a Q&A session on the work that WIN does to support independent

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WIN Statement on Copyright Royalty Board Review

The worldwide independent industry calls for the maintenance of single rate collective licensing in the US as it ensures that there can be no discrimination towards artists and companies in an already highly competitive market place. To create imbalances in

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Independent Music is a Growing Force in the Global Music Market

Recent events in the global music industry have clarified a simple fact – the power dynamics between the major record companies and the independent music sector, and with artists, are changing. A paradigm shift is occurring. Over the last couple

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WIN statement on Apple Music agreement – 24 June 2015

Below is a statement from WIN’s Chief Executive, Alison Wenham, following recent developments around the forthcoming Apple Music service: I am pleased to say that Apple has made a decision to pay for all usage of Apple Music under the

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WIN CEO, Alison Wenham’s Open Letter on ‘Breakage’

We note with interest recent declarations from the majors about breakage. Whilst we applaud any moves to offer a fair percentage of digital revenues to artists, it is telling that there are no specifics in these recent statements from these

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