Coldplay have been named as 2016’s most played artist by PPL at its AGM.
PPL, the UK collecting society for performers and record companies, has announced it broke the £200m revenue threshold for the first time in 2016.
Music royalty organisations should come together to collaborate on improving quality and accuracy of song data, rather than compete against each other, PRS for Music chief executive Robert Ashcroft has said.
PPL and PRS for Music have appointed Suzanne Smith as managing director at their joint venture (JV) for public performance licensing.
Academics and industry experts are to gather in London next month to discuss the profitability and sustainability of music streaming.
PRS for Music, PRS Foundation and PPL will be hosting a panel with Marika Hackman at The Great Escape on how to evolve as an artist.
Handmade Festival organisers Nik Sharpe and John Helps let us in on the acts they’re most excited about catching at next weekend's big event in Leicester...
We catch up with PRS for Music chief executive Robert Ashcroft to learn the story behind 2016's record royalty numbers and hear about the society’s biggest challenges in 2017 and beyond...
PRS will join forces with fellow licensing organisation PPL to co-host the second stage at this year's Handmade festival, featuring Cabbage and JAWS.
PPL, the UK collecting society for record companies and performers, has announced its largest ever first quarter international distribution to members.