Online licensing and royalty processing organisation ICE has paid out more than €1bn (£907m) to music creators and publishers since its inception in 2016.
Collecting societies, publishers and rights companies across Europe have come together to agree best practice guidelines for the collection and distribution of digital music royalties.
The Middle-East remains an out-of-reach revenue stream for our members, but the PRS for Music International team are stepping up their efforts to extract remuneration. Sami Valkonen Director of International elaborates...
PRS for Music, along with GEMA and SOLAR, is continuing its long-term licensing partnership with Sony/ATV Music Publishing.
The British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors (BASCA) has raised concerns over Sony’s bid to acquire EMI Music Publishing, saying it will create a ‘major superpower’.
Calling all Birmingham-based artists, managers and songwriters: gain an overview of the streaming business and how services are licensed at the next Dissecting the Digital Dollar event.
The Music Publishers Association Group of companies has announced today that Jane Dyball will be stepping down as their CEO in the new year.
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Audio streaming platform Mixcloud has signed a licensing deal with ICE, the joint venture launched by PRS for Music and its German and Swedish collecting society counterparts.
The Performing Right Society (PRS) has announced record royalties for its members in 2017, continuing a strong upward trajectory for the organisation over several years.