RadioandMusic
| 30 May 2017
copyright office | 15 Feb 2017

DIPP allocation for IPR increased after copyright shift from HRD

NEW DELHI: With the entire bogey relating to copyright having shifted to it, the budget for intellectual property in the allocation for the Department of Industrial Policy and Planning has jumped u

copyright office | 26 Dec 2016

Court orders stay on music licensing societies fro...

MUMBAI: It's a judgment that has taken some time a-coming. For long, Indian event organisers and agencies have been battling with the music...

copyright office | 06 Oct 2016

Govt to initiate action against fake copyright...

NEW DELHI: Denying that the website copyright.in was an official website, the government today said action was being initiated to block the website...

copyright office | 06 Sep 2016

Internet included in broadcasting for purpose of...

NEW DELHI: "All kinds of broadcasting including internet broadcasting” will also form part of broadcasting organizations desirous of communicating to...

regulators | 17 Oct 2014

'Indian copyright law is one of the...

NEW DELHI: Despite vehement and exhaustive submissions arraying the strength of the Indian IP regime, India continues to be on the watch list in the United States Trade Representative (USTR) 2014...

regulators | 23 Jul 2012

There is too much simplistic euphoria around...

The amended Section 18 of the Act provides that authors of literary and musical works included in cinematograph films and sound recordings cannot assign or waive the right to receive royalties to be...

regulators | 28 Jun 2012

Neel Mason: "Copyright amendments are...

Mason & Associates managing partner Neel Mason has given an in-depth explanation on the implementation of Copyright Amendment Act 2012 and its repercussions on stakeholders.

regulators | 18 Jun 2012

Copyright Act Amendments - Misconceptions Cleared

Mason & Associates managing partner Neel Mason

regulators | 24 Aug 2009

FM, music industry to tune on royalty

MUMBAI: The radio and music industries in India has been out of tune over music royalty for years now, but it seems melody might be regained with the Copyright Board resuming hearings on the issue...

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