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PRS and PPL announce joint venture to simplify public performance lisencing

02 February 2016

Collection societies PRS For Music and PPL have announced today a new joint venture proposal to handle all public performance licensing for the UK.

“Creating a single point of contact for our UK public performance customers would allow us to significantly simplify music licensing for UK businesses,” said Robert Ashcroft, chief executive of PRS For Music. “It is in our members’ and customers’ interests to ensure that our licensing is ever more accurate and efficient. A joint venture between our organisations would be a landmark event for both societies.”

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