Post Tagged with: "Harry Fox Agency"

NMPA and Sony Music Entertainment Announce Licensing Agreement for Music Videos
/ June 3, 2014 10:21 am
NMPA and Sony Music Entertainment Announce Licensing Agreement for Music Videos

The National Music Publishers’ Association (NMPA) and Sony Music Entertainment (SME) announced today a model licensing deal for music videos. The agreement provides songwriters’ and music publishers’ percentage royalty rates for their participation in revenue generated from music videos in exchange for rights related to the use of their musical works in SME’s videos. Read More

Google Play taps HFA for Music Rights Management Services
/ January 16, 2013 3:10 pm
Google Play taps HFA for Music Rights Management Services

The Harry Fox Agency, Inc. (HFA), a provider of rights management solutions for the music industry, announced today that it is working with Google Play to deliver rights management services for its digital music service for Android devices and the web. Read More

Major Labels, Industry Players Pledge Support for DDEX
/ December 3, 2010 2:47 pm

New York - The Digital Data Exchange (DDEX), a consortium of media firms, music licensing organizations and digital service providers working on a single standard for identifying digital content, said this week that 18 companies have announced plans to adopt DDEX standards. They include major labels EMI, Sony Music and Warner Music, along with the Harry Fox Agency, Nokia, The Orchard, PRS for Music, Rhapsody, and a number of foreign rights collecting societies.

 

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http://www.ddex.net

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Harry Fox Agency to Provide Rights Administration for IODA
/ September 22, 2010 2:36 pm

New York - The Harry Fox Agency, which provides music licensing and royalty calculation and distribution services, said on Wednesday that it has partnered with IODA, a digital distributor of independent music. Under the deal, HFA will provide IODA with rights administration services, helping IODA clear songs quickly for digital distribution.

 

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http://www.harryfox.com

http://www.iodalliance.com

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Report: Google, Harry Fox Agency in Talks on Music Service
/ July 26, 2010 11:54 am

Mountain View, Calif. - Google (NASD: GOOG) is reportedly in "accelerated" negotiations with music publishers’ licensing group the Harry Fox Agency, for rights to offer its repertoire on a forthcoming music store, the New York Post reported, citing music industry sources.

The report says Google vice president Andy Rubin is in talks with the Harry Fox Agency.

The sources told the Post the talks mean a prospective Google Music store could launch as soon as November or December.

 

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(N.Y. Post)

http://www.harryfox.com

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HFA Adds Web Ringtone Licensing; Licenses Ultimate Guitar
/ April 7, 2010 4:11 pm

New York – The Harry Fox Agency (HFA), a U.S. music rights licensing organization, announced on Wednesday that its Songfile online licensing service now supports ringtone licensing. The ringtone royalty rate is 24 cents per copy. HFA separately announced a licensing deal with Ultimate Guitar, an online guitar community and tablature website with 10 million monthly visitors. Under the terms, the site can legally display lyrics and offer tablature with download and printing capabilities.

 

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http://www.ultimate-guitar.com

http://www.harryfox.com

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Gracenote Inks Lyrics Licensing Deal with Harry Fox Agency
/ November 9, 2009 2:52 pm

New York - The Harry Fox Agency, which handles U.S. music licensing rights, announced on Monday that it has signed a lyrics licensing deal with Sony’s (NYSE: SNE) Gracenote. The terms provide Gracenote the rights to deliver digital lyrics with permanent downloads, CD playback, online subscription services, lyrics search, mobile devices and consumer devices. The Gracenote Lyrics service is currently used by customers including Pandora, MetroLyrics, MTV and Yahoo Music.

 

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http://www.harryfox.com

http://www.gracenote.com

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