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IRRO is a society formed under the Copyright Act, 1957 for issue or grant Licences, in respect of any Literary Work in which copyright subsists, for reproduction (with Limitations), on behalf of Rightsholders i.e. Owner of Copyright of any Literary Work i.e. Authors, Publishers, etc.

The IRRO has started distribution of royalties from the sale of licenses as well as royalties received from various RROs around the world, effective April 2016.  Currently distribution of royalties collected in prior years is being distributed.

This Link will have a list of those rights holders who may be beneficiaries of this distribution, subject to verification that they are the rights holders of the copyrighted works.  Please check back regularly as this will be updated frequently.

Joint statement issued by Oxford University Press (OUP), Cambridge University Press (CUP) and Taylor & Francis (T&F). Supported by the Association of Publishers in India (API), the Federation of Indian Publishers (FIP) and the Indian Reprographic

Joint Statement Issued by Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press,

Joint Statement Issued by Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press

Mallica Joshi, Hindustan Times New Delhi, August 24, 2012 The Delhi high court’s order to stop selling photocopies of books may have angered students, teachers and ‘copyleft’ activists and spawned campaigns to save photocopiers, but the authors and

Mallica Joshi, Hindustan Times New Delhi, August 24, 2012 The Delhi high

Tariff Scheme_The Indian Reprographic Rights Organisation with CLA amends

WHAT I CAN DO WITH THIS CONTENT? Online publishers and rights owners Have you ever been concerned about how your online content is used? Online content users Have you ever been unsure about what you are permitted to use without

Mallica Joshi, Hindustan Times New Delhi, August 24, 2012 The Delhi high

Copyright test for students - Photocopying of books stops in Delhi

IRRO Licence to Legalize Photocopying of Copyrighted Material (Monday, Mar 18,

Joint Statement Issued by Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press and Taylor & Francis “Whilst the verdict is not what we had hoped for, we note the court’s decision on the matter. “We brought this case to protect

Copyright is a legal concept, enacted by most governments, giving the

The Copyright (Amendment) Act, 2012 – Gazette Notification has been

Manash Pratim Gohain, TNN Apr 1, 2013, 12.55AM IST http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-04-01/india/38188368_1_du-student-indian-publishers-indian-copyright-act NEW DELHI: The

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IRRO
The Indian Reprographic Rights Organization (IRRO) is a non-profit making organization. Its members are Indian and International authors, publishers and other rights holder in the literary copyrightable works. The IRRO was incorporated in the year of 2000 with the active participation of ‘Authors Guilds of India’ and ‘The Federation of Indian Publishers’. For more information, please write to: info@irro.org.in