The Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS) today said it has joined hands with Amazon India for its ad free music streaming service, Amazon Prime Music. Also Read - Redmi Note 10S with Rs 1,000 discount on Amazon sale: Check offer details, new price
As part of the deal, Amazon Prime Music in India will get access to more than a million works/titles spread across multiple languages, eras and genres of Indian music, IPRS said in a statement. Also Read - OnePlus Nord CE 5G, OnePlus TV U1S launch in India today: Event time, how to watch the event
IPRS is the sole authorised body to issue licences for usage of musical works and literary music within India. Also Read - Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is going to space next month with his brother Mark
The body collects royalties from users of such content, for and on behalf of its members which include the authors, composers and the publishers of music and distributes this royalty amongst them.
This deal is one the biggest of its nature in the digital content publishing in India, IPRS said.
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