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...
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Independent publisher Concord Music has entered an agreement with ICE to oversee its online licensing and administration needs.
PRS for Music has signed a long-term licensing agreement with Auddly to improve the way royalties are distributed and artist data is registered.
UK Music is urging British MEPs to protect music-makers and the wider industry by backing crucial changes to copyright law.
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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.
Production companies should end the ‘pay to play’ practice where they demand a publishing share of composers’ music in exchange for a sync, says BASCA's Vick Bain.
International royalty collections for music-makers and rightsholders hit €9.2bn in 2016, according to new figures.