India’s courts deal blow to authors and composers
The Delhi and Bombay High Courts have ruled that authors and composers are not entitled to royalties when recordings of their works are broadcast
Authors and composers argued that, when an FM radio station broadcast a recording of a song, it had to pay rights to the Indian Performing Rights Society (IPRS), which collects on their behalf and to Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL), which...
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