Thanks for your question. I have found sources of information for
both MPAA and RIAA, but am still working on the other two. I would
suggest posting the MPA and IFPI as separate questions to increase the
likelihood of receiving an answer, as suggested by Pinkfreud.
From Dave Ralis' Pave the Grass column in Philly Burbs,
"They [members] pay $44 million in dues annually to belong to it,
according to tax records."
Because the RIAA is a not-for-profit (a point of bitter debate, given
their activities in recent years), their tax records are a matter of
public record. The numbers in the article above are based on the 2001
tax return, and is likely the source for the number you quoted in your
This article also includes a wealth of financial information on the
RIAA, including how they spend their money, how much the RIAA top
brass make, lobbying expenditures, etc.
Dave Ralis' Pave The Grass column appears on Mondays. You can send him
an e-mail at email@example.com or call him at 215-269-5051.
According to Broadcasting & Cable, the MPAA reported revenue of
$45,507,965 for the year ending 12/31/00. The article (cited below)
includes information on salaries, including that of MPAA President
Jack Valenti - $1.15 million in 2000 - the highest of any 119
non-profit, tax-exempt media lobbies, professional societies, advocacy
groups and networks researched in the survey on which the article is
Broadcasting & Cable, Feb 3, 2003 v133 i5 p16(2)
"Valenti, sachs top association pay scales: tax returns tell who makes
what at media lobbies, trade and advocacy groups."
I hope this was helpful. Feel free to request clarification.