PRS for Music - Music Copyright, Royalties and Licensing

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About PRS for Music

PRS for Music is the home of PRS and MCPS, representing the rights of over 118,000 members.

We license organisations to play, perform or make available copyright music on behalf of our members and those of overseas societies, distributing the royalties to them fairly and efficiently.

We promote and protect the value of copyright.

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Latest news

The CMA has decided to release undertakings given by the Performing Right Society (PRS) which date back to 1997.
ICE, the new music licensing and rights royalty processing service representing more than 250,000 songwriters, publishers and composers, announces its first licence agreement with Google Play Music
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Festival No.6 has partnered with PRS for Music to present it's Lost in the Woods live stage.

 
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