AVRS, NCC meet up with stakeholders in Lagos



AUDIO-Visible Legal rights Modern society of Nigeria (AVRS), Nigeria&#8217s collective administration organization for cinematograph films have collaborated with the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), to maintain a big stakeholders&#8217 assembly.

The bodies alongside other Collective Administration Organisations will keep the stakeholders&#8217 assembly on Thursday, July 14, 2022, for copyright entrepreneurs in Nigeria and customers of copyright operates in the broadcast, accommodations and related institutions, transport sectors, and all other sectors deploying functions shielded by copyright in their facilities and premises.

This party, it was gathered will keep at the Abora Suites, Eko Resort & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.

The celebration which is organised by the Nigerian Copyright Commission less than the management of Dr. John Asein will also have top rated motion picture makers and actors in Nigeria and best executives of television stations, motels, dining places, transport providers, and so on. from across the country in attendance.

According to Dr. Asein, “the Fee is intrigued in the well balanced and sustainable use of the copyright process to build wealth and engender development in the imaginative sector of the economic climate. To this end, it is concerned about the troubles faced by right owners, customers of copyright works, and the CMOs that take care of the rights, together with the acrimonious troubles that generally come up from licensing arrangements.”

In his terms, the chairman of AVRS, Mr. Mahmood Ali-Balogun stated, “AVRS is a dependable organisation and is willing to interact our esteemed consumers in an environment of mutual knowledge for the better very good of those we depict. We are thus happy to do the job with the NCC in acquiring this aim, which we think would be a get-win predicament for our members and affiliate marketers and the buyers.”

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