As ownership of the ITC part of Anderson's productions has subsequently changed hands, so the club has maintained reciprocal relationships with PolyGram, Carlton, Granada Ventures, and now, ITV. It also maintains relationships with the owners of the non-ITC Anderson productions such as Southern Star (Terrahawks) and Carrington Productions International (Lavender Castle).
As a non-profit organisation the club produces a regular magazine 'FAB' for its members, along with exclusive merchandise including books, soundtrack and mini-album CDs, DVDs, badges, stickers and other paraphernalia. The club also arranges conventions at which like-minded fans can meet with the cast and crew of the various Anderson productions, enjoy episodes, buy merchandise and raise money for charity.
To the exasperation of many fans, UK tax law resticts sales of all club products and services to members. On occasion the club has been criticised for the relatively high prices of some of its merchandise, although the quality of same products has never been questioned. This is often due to the club's insistence that copyright owners, musicians, writers and the like always receive their dues, through organisations such as the MCPS or through royalty agreements.
Although the majority of Fanderson members are based in the UK, the membership includes people from European countries such as France, Germany, Italy, from the USA and Canada, and from even further afield in Japan, Australia and New Zealand. As at June 2008 the club has circa 1100 members worldwide.