Latest PRS for Music Stories
In a matter of days, official music videos will return once again to video-sharing site YouTube for viewers in Britain.
Web-based Service Now Offers Complete Support for UK Record Labels to Process Royalties Owed to the Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society SAN DIEGO, June 15 /PRNewswire/ -- RoyaltyShare, a premier provider of technology solutions to the entertainment industry, today announced that its Digital Advantage service now features full support for UK Record Labels to process mechanical royalties owed to the Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society (MCPS).
New research by an industry group known as PRS for Music finds that file-sharing sites help make popular music acts even more popular.
Police officials in England's Wiltshire County said officers have been banned from listening to music at work to avoid having to pay license fees. Officials said they took the move of banning music played publicly from radios, Web sites, TVs and MP3 players after the Performing Rights Society for Music demanded the police force pay a $34,000 license fee, The Daily Telegraph reported Thursday. The PRS told police bosses that the license fee is required for all uses of music in police...
A 62-year-old woman in England's Wiltshire county says she has stopped soothing her horses with classical music after being ordered to pay to play. Rosemary Greenway said after being told by the Performing Right Society for Music she must pay a $141 annual license fee to play classic radio broadcasts to her horses, she has ended her practice of more than 20 years, The Daily Telegraph reported Friday. You would have thought that playing music to your own horses was allowable but apparently...
YouTube users in Britain will no longer be able to view music videos because the Google Inc. owned company said it was unable to reach a rights deal with the main songwriters' collection society.
American music rights organization Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI) lauded U.K., Europe and Jamaica's premier songwriters, composers and music publishers tonight at the 2008 installment of the BMI London Awards.
- Having a loud voice; vociferous; clamorous.
- Of grand or imposing sound.