Popular Music Concerts Tariff (‘LP’) consultation closed at midnight 30 September, 2015
PRS for Music: working to promote and protect copyright
PRS for Music represents the rights of over 118,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers in the UK, as well as millions worldwide who are members of affiliated societies overseas.
PRS for Music ran a consultation on the terms of Tariff LP (LP stands for ‘Light and Popular’) which is used to license the use of copyright music, controlled by PRS for Music, at live popular music events.
Tariff LP is a Tribunal tariff that was set in 1988 by order of the Performing Right Tribunal, which later became the Copyright Tribunal.
The purpose of this consultation was to seek views on the findings of a comprehensive investigation by PRS for Music into the changes in the live music industry since 1988, to ensure that PRS for Music is operating a tariff that is fit for the purpose of licensing live popular music events going forward.
Summary of Consultation Responses
PRS for Music has published a summary of consultation responses on Tariff LP [issued 3 December, 2015]. The consultation received a total of 111 direct responses from across the industry, including PRS for Music members, covering the majority of the live market. Please download the summary of responses document available below.
For more information please download the consultation document and associated documents available below.
Appendix 1: Choice modelling technical details
Appendix 2: Tariff LP
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