PRS for Music’s chief executive Robert Ashcroft looks behind the organisation's headline results to explain what the 2018 figures really mean for songwriters, composers and publishers.
The government has pledged to inject a further £2m into its Get It Right anti-piracy campaign, which helps inform the public about online copyright infringement.
Want to learn more about monetising digital content? Attend the next Westminster Media Forum seminar to explore next steps for online content, revenue models and value exchange.
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.
Facebook has signed another three significant licensing agreements with rightholders, following revelations of recent deals with Sony/ATV and Universal Music Group.
Last week PRS for Music held a members’ seminar exploring how online royalties work and what the society is doing to maximise their value.
PRS for Music has published its 2014 financial results, recording a combined royalty income across PRS and MCPS of £664.3m - and a sharp increase in online revenues.
Kero Kero Bonito’s Sick Beat is an infectiously kitsch slice of J-pop/hip-hop, which fits seamlessly into Adidas and Stella McCartney’s campaign for their latest StellaSport range. We find out how publisher Bucks Music made it happen...
Calling all music industry professionals – get your tickets to MusicTank’s first event of the year on the economics of streaming with Billy Bragg.
Ben McEwen, head of online at PRS for Music, gives his perspectives on streaming, online and the future of digital music…