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Artists in Ireland

In Ireland, the authors’ society (IMRO) collects the fees from users for public performance rights based on a dual music license with the producers’ society (PPI).

PPI collects the SER directly from users for broadcasting uses.

Subsequently, PPI transfers the performers’ share of the collected revenues to RAAP, the performers’ society.


Income types: broadcasting, cable retransmission, public performance and private copy.

Who can join: recording artists.

Distribution royalties: annually. 

Which recordings qualify: recordings that have been made in a Rome Convention country or by a record label which is a national of a Rome Convention country.

How to join: application via their website.

You can find more information on when recordings qualify for neighbouring rights income in the provided link.