“In FY2017-18, we collected Rs 45 crore and the number increased to Rs 166 crore in FY2018-2019. And in FY19-20 we collected Rs 170 crore. The number should have been higher in the last financial year but since March everything has come to a standstill, impacting royalty collection as well,” said Nigam. … [Read more...] about How IPRS is upping the royalty game with its Facebook-Instagram tie-up
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Heading into yet another weekend of inaction on Capitol Hill, many Americans may be wondering what is happening with the latest coronavirus relief package, the extra unemployment ordered by President Trump, and the promise of another $1,200 stimulus check. Short answer: Nothing is happening anytime soon. The politicians making these decisions are now consumed by political party season, and Washington is cleared out. The Democratic National Convention is next week, followed by the Republican National Convention, followed by 10 weeks of presidential election campaigning mania. Here’s the latest: … [Read more...] about Unemployment extension update: Is the extra benefit $400 or $300? What’s taking so long?
I wore it to the first women's march in 2017 and every time I have voted since. I will be proud to wear it to vote for #BidenHarris #BidenHarris2020ToSaveAmerica #nastywoman pic.twitter.com/VL3XMd8vzI … [Read more...] about Kamala Harris is Biden’s VP nominee, so naturally, the ‘Nasty Woman’ meme is back
The new order will negatively hit ARPUs and lower ARPUs mean lower share of revenue. Ad spends during the transition phase is another itch. During the implementation of NTO 1.0, advertisers had stayed away from TV. It’s not expected to be any different under NTO 2.0. … [Read more...] about Explained: Another challenge for broadcasters as NTO 2.0 jitters haunt them
The leaked document in the NBC story reflects the performance of older AI detection tools that hadn’t yet been pretrained using RoBERTa. Still, concern about biases in Facebook’s content moderation algorithms has continued in academic and civil rights communities. Facebook recently completed an independent civil rights audit of its practices, performed by civil rights attorneys Laura Murphy, Megan Cacace, and a supporting team at the civil rights law firm Relman Colfax. Murphy writes in the team’s report: “. . . civil rights advocates contend that not only do Facebook’s policies not go far enough in capturing hateful and harmful content, they also assert that Facebook unevenly enforces or fails to enforce its own policies against prohibited content. Thus harmful content is left on the platform for too long.” The auditors write that these criticisms are especially acute with regard to content targeting African Americans, Jews, and Muslims. … [Read more...] about Facebook’s AI for detecting hate speech is facing its biggest challenge yet