Annex: Record Sales Certification - Anexo:Certificación de ventas discográficas

It is common practice for the world music industry to award prizes to the most successful artists, based on total units sold to retailers. These awards and their sales requirements are defined by the various certification bodies that represent the music industry in various countries and territories around the world. The standard certifications awarded consist of various combinations of silver, gold, platinum, and diamond discs, in ascending order based on sales requirements. In most cases, a "multi-platinum" or "multi-diamond" award is given to those releases that multiply the sales requirements of platinum or diamond records.

Many of the music industries around the world are represented by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI). IFPI operates in 66 countries and has affiliated associations in 46 other countries. [ 1 ]In some cases IFPI is simply affiliated with fully operational certification bodies within a country, but in many other countries with less developed industries, IFPI acts as the sole body in charge of granting these certifications. Other countries not represented by IFPI have independently operating certification bodies, such as individual record companies that serve as representatives of the music industry for an entire region.

Although all certifying bodies give awards for album sales , many also certify singles , legal digital downloads , DVD albums , and ringtones . In addition, some organizations have a different scale to grant certifications depending on whether they are works by national or international artists, of a specific genre, depending on the duration or format, etc.

Albums

The numbers above indicate the units that must be sold to achieve certification by national artists, while the numbers in italics and in parentheses below indicate the sales that a foreign artist must achieve to obtain certification. Where there is only one number, there is no difference between the amount for both types. Other notes and exceptions are noted at the end of the annex.
Country /
Territory
Certifying body Sales by certificate
The payment Oro Platinum Diamante
Germany [ n. 1 ] Federation of the Phonographic Industry [ 2 ] 050.000 [030.000/ 020.000] 100.000 [060.000/ 040.000] 200.000 [120.000/ 080.000] 900.000 [600.000/ 400.000]
Argentina[n. 2] Argentina Chamber of the Phonogram Producers (CAPIF) [ 3 ] 00.000 [010.000] 020.000 040.000 250.000 [160.000]
Australia Australian Association of Music Industry (ARIA) [ 4 ] 000.000 [015.000/ 012.000] 035.000 [030.000/ 024.000] 070.000 [060.000/ 048.000] 280.000 [240.000/ 192.000]
Austria International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Austria [ 5 ] 000.000 [003.000/ 002.000] 007.500 [006.000/ 004.000] 015.000 [012.000/ 008.000] 000.000 [060.000/ 040.000]
Belgium International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Belgium [ 6 ] 10 000
(15 000)
20 000
(30 000)
Brazil Brazilian Association of Disc Producers (ABPD) [ 7 ] 40 000
(20 000)
80 000
(40 000)
300 000
(160 000)
Bulgaria Bulgarian Association of Music Producers (BAMP) [ 8 ] 15 000
(10 000)
30 000
(20 000)
Canada Canadian Association of Music Industry (CRIA) [ 9 ] 40 000 80 000 800 000
Chile International Federation of Phonographic Industry - Chile [ 10 ] 3000 5000
China[n. 3] State Administration of Radio, Film and Television [ 11 ] 20 000
(10 000)
40 000
(20 000)
Colombia Colombian Association of Producers of Phonograms ( ASINCOL ) [ 12 ] 10 000
(5000)
20 000
(10 000)
200 000
South Korea Industry Association of Music of Korea (MIAK) [ 10 ] 5000 10 000
Croatia International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Croatia [ 10 ] 3000 7000 15 000 30 000
Denmark International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Denmark [ 13 ] 10 000 20 000
Ecuador International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Ecuador [ 10 ] 3000 6000
Slovakia International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Slovakia [ 14 ] 2000
(1000)
4000
(2000)
Spain Spanish Music Producers (Promusicae) [ 15 ] 20 000[16] 40 000[17] 1 000 000
United States [ n. 4 ] Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) [ 18 ] 500 000 1 000 000 10 000 000
Philippines Philippine Association of Music Industry (PARI) [ 10 ] 7500 15 000 150 000
Finland International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Finland [ 19 ] 10 000 20 000
France National Union of Phonographic Edition (SNEP) [ 20 ] 50 000 100 000 500 000
Greece International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Greece [ 21 ] 6000
(3000)
12 000
(6000)
Hong Kong International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Hong Kong [ 22 ] 15 000
(7500)
30 000
(15 000)
Hungary [ n. 5 ] Companies Association of Hungarian Record Companies (MAHASz) [ 23 ] 2000
(1000)
4000
(2000)
India [ n. 6 ] Indian Music Industry (IMI) [ 24 ] 100 000
(4000)
200 000
(6000)
Indonesia [ n. 7 ] International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Indonesia [ 10 ] 35 000
(5000)
75 000
(10 000)
Ireland Irish Association of Recorded Music (IRMA) [ 25 ] 7500 15 000
Iceland International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Iceland [ 10 ] 5000 10 000
Israel International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Israel [ 10 ] 15 000
(10 000)
30 000
(20 000)
Italy Industry Federation Musical Italian (FIMI) [ 26 ] 25 000 50 000 500 000
Japan Industry Association Music Japan (RIAJ) [ 27 ] 100 000 250 000 1 000 000
Lebanon [ n. 8 ] International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Lebanon [ 10 ] 20 000
(1000)
40 000
(2000)
Malaysia Association Music Industry Malaysia (RIAM) [ 28 ] 5000 10 000
Mexico [ n. 9 ] Mexican Association Producers Phonogram, AC (AMPROFON) [ 29 ] 30 000 60 000 300 000
Norway International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Norway [ 30 ] 15 000 30 000
New Zealand Association Music Industry New Zealand (RIANZ) [ 31 ] 7500 15 000
Netherlands [ n. 10 ] Dutch Association of Producers and Importers of Image and Sound Carriers (NVPI) [ 32 ] 25 000 50 000
Paraguay International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Paraguay [ 10 ] 5000 10 000
Peru Peruvian Union of Phonographic Producers (UNIMPRO) 10 000 20 000
Poland [ n. 11 ] Polish producers of Audio and Video (ZPAV) [ 33 ] 15 000
(10 000)
30 000
(20 000)
150 000
(100 000)
Portugal Phonographic Association of Portugal (AFP) [ 34 ] 7500 15 000
UK Recording Industry Británica (BPI) [ 35 ] 60 000 100 000 300 000 3 000 000
Czech Republic International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Czech Republic [ 10 ] 5000
(2500)
10 000
(5000)
Russia National Federation of Phonogram (NFPP) [ 10 ] 25 000
(5000)
50 000
(10 000)
Singapore Industry Association Music Singapore (RIAS) [ 36 ] 5000 10 000
Sweden [ n. 12 ] International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Sweden [ 37 ] 20 000 40 000
Switzerland [ n. 13 ] International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Switzerland [ 38 ] 10 000 20 000
Thailand International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Thailand [ 10 ] 10 000
(5000)
20 000
(10 000)
Taiwan International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Taiwan [ 39 ] 15 000
(5000)
30 000
(10 000)
Turkey Turkish Society of Phonographic Industries (Mü-YAP) [ 40 ] 50 000
(3000)
100 000
(5000)
150 000
(10 000)
Ukraine International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Ukraine [ 10 ] 50 000
(25 000)
100 000
(50 000)
500 000
(100 000)
Uruguay Uruguaya chamber of Disk (CUD) [ 41 ] 2000 4000
Venezuela Venezuelan Association Interpreters and phonogram producers (AVINPRO) [ 10 ] [ 42 ] 5000 10 000
International or multinational agencies
Persian Gulf States [ n. 8 ] International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Persian Gulf States 10 000
(3000)
20 000
(6000)
South Africa
and Lesotho [ n. 14 ]
Music Industry of South Africa (RISA) [ 43 ] 20 000 40 000
The payment Oro Platinum Diamante
Sales by certificate

Simple

Country /
Territory
Certifying body Sales by certificate
The payment Oro Platinum Diamante
Germany International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (BVMI) [ 44 ] 150 000 400 000 1 000 000
Argentina Argentina Chamber of the Phonogram Producers (CAPIF) [ 3 ] 10 000 20 000
Austria International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Austria [ 5 ] 15 000 30 000
Australia Australian Association of Music Industry (ARIA) [ 4 ] 90 000 180 000 400 000
Belgium International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Belgium [ 6 ] 30 000
(35 000)
90 000
(85 000)
250 000
(200 000)
Brazil Brazilian Association of Producers of Discs (ABDP) [ 7 ] 50 000
(30 000)
100 000
(60 000)
900 000
(650 000)
Canada [ n. 15 ] Canadian Association of Music Industry (CRIA) [ 9 ] 5000 10 000 100 000
Dinamarca [ n. 16 ] International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Denmark [ 13 ] 45 000 90 000
Egypt International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Egypt [ 10 ] 20 000 40 000
Spain Spanish Music Producers (Promusicae) [ 15 ] 10.000 20 000 40 000 1 000 000
U.S Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) [ 18 ] 500 000 1 000 000 10 000 000
Philippines International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Philippines [ 10 ] 95 000 190 000 450 000
Finland International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Finland [ 19 ] 5000 10 000
France National Union of Phonographic Edition (SNEP) [ 20 ] 75 000 150 000 250 000
Greece International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Greece [ 21 ] 3000 6000
Hungary Companies Association of Hungarian Record Companies (MAHASz) [ 23 ] 1500
(1000)
3000
(2000)
Ireland Irish Association of Recorded Music (IRMA) [ 25 ] 7500 15 000
Italy Industry Federation Musical Italian (FIMI) [ 10 ] 15 000 30 000 60 000
Japan [ n. 17 ] Industry Association Music Japan (RIAJ) [ 27 ] 100 000 250 000 1 000 000
Mexico Mexican Association Producers Phonogram, AC (AMPROFON) [ 10 ] [ 45 ] 30 000 60 000 300 000
Peru Peruvian Association Producers Phonogram, AC (UNIMPRO) [ 10 ] 20 000 60 000 350 000
Ecuador Ecuadorian Association of Phonogram (IFESA) [ 46 ] 10 000 30 000 220 000
Norway International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Norway [ 30 ] 90 000 160 000 500 000
New Zealand Association Music Industry New Zealand (RIANZ) [ 31 ] 50 000 200 000 350 000
Netherlands Dutch Association of Producers and Importers of Image and Sound Carriers (NVPI) [ 32 ] 30 000 120 000 360 000
Portugal Phonographic Association of Portugal (AFP) [ 34 ] 40 000 90 000 200 000
UK Recording Industry Británica (BPI) [ 35 ] 200 000 400 000 600 000 1 000 000 />(3 000 000)
Czech Republic International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Czech Republic [ 10 ] 50 000 100 000 200 000
Singapore Industry Association Music Singapore (RIAS) [ 36 ] 40 000 80 000 170 000
Sweden International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Sweden [ 37 ] 80 000 120 000 500 000
Switzerland International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Switzerland [ 38 ] 15 000 30 000
Thailand International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Thailand [ 10 ] 20 000
(15 000)
40 000
(35 000)
Taiwan International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Taiwan [ 39 ] 5000 10 000
Turkey Turkish Society of Phonographic Industries (Mü-YAP) [ 10 ] 45 000 90 000 185 000
International or multinational agencies
South Africa
and Lesotho
Music Industry of South Africa (RISA) [ 43 ] 20 000 55 000 120 000
The payment Oro Platinum Diamante
Sales by certificate

Music Videos and DVD Albums

Country /
Territory
Certifying body Sales by certificate
Oro Platinum Diamante
Germany International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Germany [ 2 ] 25 000 50 000
Argentina Argentina Chamber of the Phonogram Producers (CAPIF) [ 3 ] 7500 15 000 75 000
Australia Australian Association of Music Industry (ARIA) [ 4 ] 7500 15 000
Austria International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Austria [ 5 ] 5000 10 000
Belgium International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Belgium [ 6 ] 25 000 50 000
Brazil Brazilian Association of Producers of Discs (ABDP) [ 7 ] 25 000
(15 000)
50 000
(30 000)
250 000
(125 000)
Canada Canadian Association of Music Industry (CRIA) [ 9 ] 5000 10 000 100 000
Chile International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Chile [ 47 ] 2500 5000
Colombia Colombian Association of Phonogram (ASINCOL) [ 10 ] 5000 10 000
Dinamarca [ n. 18 ] International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Denmark [ 13 ] 7500 15 000
Slovakia International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Slovakia [ 14 ] 750
(375)
1500
(750)
Spain Spanish Music Producers (Promusicae) [ 15 ] 10 000 25 000
United States [ n. 19 ] Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) [ 18 ] 50 000 100 000
Philippines International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Philippines [ 10 ] 7500 15 000
Finland International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Finland [ 19 ] 5000 10 000
France National Union of Phonographic Edition (SNEP) [ 20 ] 7500 15 000 60 000
Greece International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Greece [ 21 ] 3000 6000
Hungary [ n. 20 ] Companies Association of Hungarian Record Companies (MAHASz) [ 23 ] 2000 4000
Ireland Irish Association of Recorded Music (IRMA) [ 25 ] 2000 4000
Iceland International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Iceland [ 10 ] 5000 10 000
Japan Industry Association Music Japan (RIAJ) [ 27 ] 100 000 250 000 1 000 000
Mexico Mexican Association Producers Phonogram, AC (AMPROFON) [ 10 ] 10 000 20 000
Norway International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Norway [ 30 ] 5000 10 000
New Zealand Association Music Industry New Zealand (RIANZ) [ 31 ] 2500 5000
Netherlands Dutch Association of Producers and Importers of Image and Sound Carriers (NVPI) [ 32 ] 25 000 50 000
Poland [ n. 21 ] Polish producers of Audio and Video (ZPAV) [ 33 ] 5000 10 000
Portugal Phonographic Association of Portugal (AFP) [ 34 ] 4000 8000
UK Recording Industry Británica (BPI) [ 35 ] 25 000 50 000
Czech Republic International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Czech Republic [ 10 ] 1500
(750)
3000
(1500)
Sweden International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - Sweden [ 37 ] 5000 10 000
Uruguay Uruguaya chamber of Disk (CUD) [ 41 ] 1000 2000
Oro Platinum Diamante
Sales by certificate

Notes

"-" indicates that the body does not provide this type of certification.
  1. ^ The levels for jazz repertoires are 10,000 and 20,000 for gold and platinum records.
  2. For albums in digital format, 10,000 and 20,000 downloads are considered for gold and platinum, respectively.
  3. Certification levels for regional releases are 75,000 and 150,000 for gold and platinum, respectively.
  4. ^ The levels for Latin music works are 30,000 for gold and 60,000 for platinum.
  5. Sales given refer to pop music albums. A different scale is used for jazz, speech, classical, and world music works: 1500 for gold and 3000 for platinum.
  6. Figures refer to "International" and "Basic National" releases. However, there are four other scales for other types of releases. On this scale the first number represents sales for a gold record, the second for a platinum record: "Hindi Movies" (100,000, 200,000); "Regional Movies" (50,000, 100,000); "Basic regionals" (25,000, 50,000) and "Classic / non-classical" (15,000, 30,000)
  7. For albums in digital format, 100,000 and 200,000 downloads are considered for gold and platinum, respectively.
  8. a b National releases in Egypt, Lebanon and the Persian Gulf States refer to those belonging to artists native to any country in the Arab world .
  9. ^ Figures refer to physical albums. A separate scale is used for digital albums: 5,000, 10,000, and 250,000 for gold, platinum, and diamond, respectively. For albums released before 2007, 50,000 units are required for gold and 100,000 for platinum.
  10. ^ Figures refer to "popular" albums. Another scale is used for jazz, classical, and world music albums: 10,000 and 20,000 for gold and platinum records, respectively.
  11. ^ Figures refer to pop music albums. Another scale is used for jazz / classical albums and soundtracks. On this scale, the numbers in parentheses indicate the number of units required to obtain a gold, platinum and diamond record: "Jazz / classical music" (5000, 10 000, 50 000) and "Soundtracks" (10 000, 20,000, 100,000).
  12. ^ Figures refer to pop music albums. Another scale is used for jazz, classical and folk music albums: 10,000 units are required for a gold record and 20,000 units for a platinum record.
  13. For the French and Italian repertoire the levels are 7,500 for gold and 15,000 for platinum.
  14. ^ Figures refer to releases made after August 1, 2006. Previously released albums are awarded a gold record for 25,000 units and a platinum record for 50,000 units.
  15. For sales in digital format, there are levels of 40,000, 80 and 800,000 downloads for gold, platinum and diamond, respectively.
  16. The streaming service delivers a gold record for 900,000 and a platinum record for 1,800,000.
  17. The ringtones reaching 500 000, 750 000 and one million units sold in Japan, are given the album "double platinum", "triple platinum" and "1 million" instead of gold records, platinum and diamond.
  18. Figures refer to albums and singles in DVD format only. Other "entertainment DVDs" are certified on a different scale: 20,000 for gold and 40,000 for platinum.
  19. Figures refer to "simple videos" only. A different scale is used for "full-length videos" and "multi-set music videos": 50,000 units are awarded a gold record and 100,000 a platinum record.
  20. ^ Figures refer to pop music DVDs. A different scale is used for Jazz, Speech, Classical, and World Music DVDs: 1,000 units sold lead to gold and 2,000 to platinum.
  21. ^ Figures refer to pop music DVDs. A different scale is used for jazz / classical music DVDs: 2,500, 5,000, and 25,000 yield a gold, platinum, and diamond record, respectively.

See also

References

General


Specific
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