Despite the fact that digital technology has fundamentally changed the way that music, films, television series, advertising and other works are produced and distributed, most of the professional creative content on the Internet would still not exist without us, the performers. Our work is by and large the most popular content on the Internet. It is a major driver of new business models, technological innovation and consumer behaviour... Read More...
Together we can make a difference.
Please go to http://www.fair-internet.eu/ now and sign the petition.
Today, four international organisations representing more than 500,000 performers in Europe joined forces to launch a campaign for the fair treatment of all performers in the digital environment.
The 'Fair Internet for Performers Campaign' brings together AEPO-ARTIS, EuroFIA, FIM and IAO, who represent musicians, singers, actors and dancers, all united in their call to the European legislator to 'make the Internet a fair environment for performers' Read More...
To register your support for this campaign, please go to
R.A.A.P. is a not for profit members organisation set up to administer Artists Intellectual Property Rights. We are collecting monies throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia. All monies collected from foreign territories is passed on fully with no deductions of any sort, unlike agents who deduct fees ranging up to 40%.Find out more...
When your recorded music is played on the radio or as background in public bars, restaurants etc. you are entitled to a royalty payment, RAAP collects and administers these royalties on your behalf.Find out more...
R.A.A.P. is delighted to assist in the fundraising for various Irish charities including
The Irish Cancer Society,
Oxfam Ireland and
The National Maternity Hospital Foundation.
The performers of 'The Ballad of Ronnie Drew', 'The Cake Sale' and 'Winter Song' (Twitterxmassingle) among others have generously donated their performance royalties to their associated charities.