Shubha Mudgal writes: India's music industry leaves its most vital stakeholders out in the cold, musicians themselves
It is now time for artistes to demand that they be given priority as stakeholders by all working in the sector, in conjunction with the music companies, publishers, policy makers, bureaucrats and other stakeholders, or else, the arts may perish and with it those who make art.
Indian Performing Rights Society responds to row over tariff plan, says working towards fixing revised licence fee rates
The new tariffs, which are slated to be published next week, have been determined in such a way that they are “not a burden on anyone but that the IPRS members’ interests are protected,” says IPRS CEO Rakesh Nigam
Amid row over Indian Performing Rights Society's flawed tariff plan, opportunity to rebuild live entertainment scene
One must credit the IPRS for kickstarting this conversation and setting the ball rolling for the Indian Live Entertainment Scene 2.0.
On World Music Day, Javed Akhtar says old songs should be protected from 'vandalisation': They're our cultural heritage
On World Music Day, Indian Performing Right Society, chaired by lyricist Javed Akhtar, has launched a two-week social media campaign #CreditTheCreator.
Coronavirus Outbreak: IPRS to release emergency relief fund for its 3500 members, announces chairman Javed Akhtar
Sameer Anjaan, director of Indian Performing Rights Society (IPRS), said he is glad that the organisation has taken this initiative to support the members and help those who have been deeply impacted due to the nationwide lockdown.
Indian Performing Right Society distributes royalty of Rs 20 crore to its composers, songwriters and publishers
The Indian Performing Right Society's revenues have seen a significant increase in the year ended 31st March, 2019