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Indian authors’ society IPRS has reported a drop in collections for the financial year ending March 2016.


  • Total collections fell for the third consecutive year, though the rate of decline was much lower than in the 12-month period ending March 2016.

Features and Benefits

  • Details the royalty collection results published by IPRS for the year to end-March 2017
  • Examines rights collections by source and explains the reasons for the annual changes.

Key questions answered

  • What is the biggest revenue source for Indian authors and publishers?
  • Why did IPRS have to reregister as an Indian collection society?

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  • Summary
  • Indian authors’ society IPRS undergoes change
  • High-court judgments keep lid on radio collections
  • Lower public performance income


  • Author

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