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New horizons and new hopes for the Recorded Music Industry

The radio industry turnover is pegged at Rs 3100 cr vis-à-vis the recorded music industry in India turnover at Rs. 1277 crore.

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Gravity Entertainment Pvt Ltd files suit against Hakuhodo for copyright infringement

The company has filed a suit for copyright infringement, wrongful termination and damages against Hakuhodo Group of companies.

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PPL has taken giant steps towards transparency and accountability: Rajat Kakar

In an interview with BW Applause and, Rajat Kakar, President and CEO, PPL spoke about the new measures that the licensing body is undertaking to introduce greater transparency and security into the licensing system and how their latest offering-- PLUS is enabling a new era of hassle free licensing.

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High Court rejects copyright licensors' plea to vacate injunction, asks them to prove ownership

In it's pursuit towards regularizing and streamlining the music licensing regulatory framework, EEMA took copyright licensors PPL, IPRS & Novex to court on 23rd December 2016, based on which the Delhi High Court issued an injunction against the three bodies from granting licenses as registered copyright societies. Shortly after, a plea was filed by the licensors resulting in a hearing on 29th December where the court ruled in favor of EEMA.

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EEMA gets court stay against music licensing societies PPL, IPRS and Novex

The Delhi High Court on 23rd December 2016 issued an injunction against Music Licensing bodies PPL, IPRS and Novex from granting licenses as registered copyright societies.

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