Novex Communications announced an association with the music industry giant Tips Industries Limited for their sound recording rights. This Agreement promises exclusive rights to Novex for all On-Ground Performances of Tips songs (Sound Recordings) which will be operative from 1 April 2018.
The agreement covers pan-India public performances rights to commercial establishments for accessing the vast repertoire of over 45,000 multi-genre songs.
Talking about the huge association, Novex Communications, Founder & MD, Mr. Ketan Kanakia commented, “I congratulate Mr. Kumar S. Taurani, MD (Tips), for over four decades of successful worldwide presence and an extraordinary portfolio of music. We are proud to have an opportunity to represent Tips to the world in an exclusive deal on ‘Sound Recordings’. We look forward to a thriving long-term association.”
On his vision for the company, he states, “With this alliance, we usher in the next phase wherein we see Novex as a numero-uno copyrights company in India. We look forward to building an unmatched repertoire of songs that enhances our prevailing position as a music-rights regulariser in the hospitality & events industries.”
With the landmark achievement of Tips, Novex’s combined library strength of copyrighted ‘Sound Recordings’ or Music assets has increased vastly.
Novex Communications is a pioneer in the copyright domain in Sound Recordings since last 15 years, engaged in monitoring the lawful use of copyrighted music across diverse establishments. The company’s celebrated family of music labels include M/s. Yash Raj Films Private Limited, ZEE Entertainment Enterprise Limited, Shemaroo Entertainment Limited and M/s. EROS International Media Limited.
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