PRS for Music is anticipating business as usual for members and licensees once the UK leaves the EU, according to John Mottram, the organisation's head of policy and public affairs.
In two weeks, the European Parliament will vote on the future of music online. With so much at stake, we ask PRS for Music's John Mottram what's happening, how we got here and what’s next...
UK Music’s Michael Dugher writes about the ‘desperate and dishonest’ propaganda being pedalled ahead of the crucial European vote on copyright.
We debunk the myths and misinformation swamping Twitter as the internet's biggest brands mobilise to lobby MEPs ahead of a crucial vote on copyright law.
The lead committee of European Parliament has today approved positive changes to copyright law, which could help halt the ‘transfer of value’ from music creators to digital service providers.
Cryptocurrency mining is providing a lucrative new revenue stream for online music pirates which can be hard to detect, warns tech expert Helen Saunders.
Europe is on the brink of making the biggest change to copyright law in a decade – but it’s not a done deal yet. PRS for Music’s John Mottram explains how songwriters, composers and artists can help...
PRS for Music has called on the Government to stop the £112 million in music royalties lost each year from the US due to its bars and grills exception.
The European Commission’s (EC) new copyright reforms are ‘a genuine opportunity to right the balance’ in the digital music market, a PRS for Music policy expert has said.
The value of music must be upheld across all platforms in order for streaming to become sustainable, PRS for Music’s head of policy and public affairs John Mottram has warned.