IPRS signs a licensing deal with Hungama Music, its first with an Indian music streaming service
The Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS) has launched its new members’s portal IPRS 2.0, designed by Dataclef, an affiliate of Canada’s rights society SOCAN. The portal is designed to ensure that IPRS members will be able “to engage more and earn better in this rapidly evolving digitally-engaged world,” according to the Mumbai-based society. The Dataclef-designed portal is expected to significantly improve IPRS’s royalty administration and distribution infrastructure. Through this association, IPRS said it aimed “to empower its members and provide transparency to writers, publishers and composers on payments and other…
DOLBY LABORATORIES AND IPRS COME TOGETHER TO EMPOWER MUSIC CREATORS IN INDIA
IPRS 2.0 Press Release
Press Release: IPRS and Facebook sign music licensing deal
The Press Release – IPRS On Online Streaming Events
IPRS releases additional tranche of relief fund for its members ~The fund will support around 3500 authors and composers from the music fraternity ~ India, 15th May,2020: With the world under lockdown battling the COVID pandemic, music as an art form has brought solace to millions of people across the globe. Be it any genre – jazz, rock, pop, classical, folk or country, music has helped people and communities come together and worked as a soothing balm on the weariness resulting from a prolonged lockdown and helped people deal with…
IPRS Emergency Relief Fund for our Members We have launched an Emergency Relief Fund for our members Corona pandemic has brought in a phase of uncertainty and unprecedented challenges. The creative community of music composers and authors has been hit hard by the Corona pandemic. To help our members in these difficult times, we at IPRS have launched the IPRS Emergency Relief Fund. We are cognizant of the fact that if we don’t act now, the future of our industry and those who work in it, can be in peril….