Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS) is gearing up to host an exclusive virtual music workshop called IPRS Music Day in association with Meta on April 5th at 4 pm. The event will be streamed live on IPRS’s Facebook and Instagram pages from the Meta Studio in Mumbai, and it is open to all IPRS members, budding artists, independent musicians, and music creators from around the world.
The objective of the workshop is to educate music creators and independent artists on music copyright in the digital era and showcase how Meta platforms can be utilized to promote their music and engage with their audience.
The workshop will feature various segments that will delve into subjects such as music copyright and managing creators’ rights on social media, utilizing social media for promotion and community building, and strategies for earning more from music.
Moreover, attendees will have the opportunity to learn from accomplished music creators who will share their experiences, journey, and insights on songwriting and achieving success in the music industry through the power of digital and social media.
Rakesh Nigam, the CEO of IPRS, said that the event’s primary goal is to equip IPRS members and aspiring creators with the necessary tools and information to succeed in the rapidly changing music industry. Esteemed composers, songwriters, and new-age creators such as Salim Merchant, Yashraj Mukhate, and Antara Nandy will also be joining the initiative to share their personal stories and experiences.
IPRS, which is a Music Copyright Society registered under the Copyright Act, 1957, has over 10,000 of India’s most prominent authors, composers, and music publishers as members. The society is authorized to issue licenses, collect and distribute royalties on behalf of its members under the Copyright Act, 1957.