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Monday 13th July 2009

PRS for Music

PRS for Music has announced that Steve Porter will be leaving the organisation on Friday 17th July 2009. The Boards feel that as the business faces new challenges, a new set of skills is required to take PRS for Music forward.

Steve has made an invaluable contribution over his 10 years of loyal service to PRS for Music.  Steve joined in 1999 as Director of Finance, moving on to Executive Director of Finance, then Managing Director. Steve was appointed Chief Executive in April 2007, where his vision and drive has made a significant impact in improving many areas of the business.

A new permanent Chief Executive will be appointed after a thorough search and review of internal and external candidates.

In the interim period PRS for Music is pleased to announce that Jeremy Fabinyi, Managing Director MCPS, has agreed to become Interim/Acting Chief Executive.  With a strong background and experience in international collecting societies, Jeremy joined in 2005.  Over his four years at the organisation, he has acquired an in depth knowledge of the business through his responsibility for MCPS, and previously Broadcast & Online on an interim basis.   PRS for Music has every confidence that Jeremy is an excellent choice to ensure a smooth handover, retaining the stability, focus and direction of the organisation.




For more information, get in touch:

Barney Hooper, Head of PR:
02073064548 / 07979 757052

Catherine George, Media Relations Manager: catherine.george@prsformusic.com
02073064229 / 07535 700965


PRS for Music:
PRS for Music
is the leading copyright and royalty collection society representing 60,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers.  A not-for-profit organisation it ensures music creators are paid whenever their music is played.

PRS for Music provides business and community groups easy access to 10m songs through its music licences.  In an industry worth £3.18bn PRS for Music is uniquely placed to be a voice for music and can provide data for all aspects of the business: live, broadcast, sales, online, touring and music creation and up to date analysis, research and trends about the industry.



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Press Office Staff:
Emma Anderson

Kimberly Tan

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