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Take the Fair Internet For Performers Survey

Take the Fair Internet Survey to help us fight for your right to a fair share of online revenues from digital uses of your work.

Take the Fair Internet Survey to help us fight for your right to a fair share of online revenues from digital uses of your work.

The Fair Internet for Performers campaign is calling on European institutions to create a sustainable cultural and creative sector where performers get a fair share of online revenues, through an unwaivable remuneration right for digital uses of their work. This would be collected from those who make the performances available on demand, and subject to mandatory collective management.

To best represent your interests, we need an accurate picture of industry practice and how it affects the level of income received by artists.

Please take the Fair Internet Survey.

The survey is also available in the following languages:

The Fair Internet for Performers campaign is run by four international organisations representing over half a million performers in Europe, including the International Federation of Musicians (FIM), of which the MU is a member.


Published: 09/10/2015

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