Performing Right Society (PRS) and Phonographic Performance Licence (PPL)
Changes to music licences
Over the past couple of years, ACRE and Community Matters have kept their respective members up to date with changes to the law that will allow PPL UK to collect licence fees from charities and others for playing recorded music from January 2012. Negotiations with the music licensing bodies took place and disappointed that PPL only made what were considered modest concessions.
To see the full ACRE Briefing on these issues, click here.
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