Harry Fox Agency's Licensing Services Supports On-Demand Listening For Grammy Voters
February 2, 2015 at 11:48 AM (PT)
HARRY FOX AGENCY (HFA), the nation’s leading provider of rights management services for the music industry, has once again collaborated with THE RECORDING ACADEMY to license on-demand listening services for its GRAMMY voting members.
For the eighth year in a row, HFA has provided licensing research and clearance services for all the GRAMMY -nominated tracks posted for member voter consideration. The time-sensitive process of researching more than 13,500 tracks to provide license clearance for 73 diverse GRAMMY categories ranging from pop to world music is made possible by HFA’s database, sophisticated industry knowledge and extensive publisher relationships.
“We are once again pleased to support THE RECORDING ACADEMY’s GRAMMY voting process and our ability to clear the GRAMMY-nominated tracks in a two-week period highlights the depth of HFA’s resources and knowledge,” said the performing rights organization's Pres./CEO MICHAEL SIMON.
“For more than five years now, HFA has worked diligently and quickly to make tracks available to our voting members for GRAMMY consideration,” said THE RECORDING ACADEMY Pres./CEO NEIL PORTNOW. “Their staff continues to do a remarkable job in researching and clearing the high volume of licenses required for a project of this magnitude, and their top-notch relationships make them a premier resource for licensing and rights management services.”