The Interested Parties Information Code (IPI) is an identifying number assigned in the CISAC database to each Interested Party in musical rights management.
In October 2001, the IPI database replaced the CAE database.
IPI numbers are attached to ISWC numbers, to allow CISAC to attach information such as author, composer, and arranger to ISWC registered works. IPI numbers can also be used at the websites of other work registration organizations, such as BMI to locate works in their databases.
- Website of the registration authority
- Interested Parties Information at Wikipedia
- Confédération Internationale des Sociétés d'Auteurs et Compositeurs at Wikipedia
- ISNI, a draft ISO standard for uniquely identifying the public identities of contributors to media content and making a bridge between proprietary identifiers such as IPI
- ISWCNet database provided by CISAC. Database includes works at Argentina, Australia, Barbados, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Denmark, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great-Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Jamaica, México, Norway, Panamá, Perú, Santa-Lucia, South-Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad Tobago, USA repertoire represented by BMI, Uruguay and Venezuela. Displaying and allow search of IPI codes.
- Search engine for French works provided by SACEM displaying IPI codes
- BMI Repertoire search engine for BMI represented works. Displaying IPI codes.
- Search engine for (mostly US) works provided by ASCAP. Displaying IPI codes.