Malta

To comply with the Malta Copyright Act 2000 (chapter 415), your business is legally required to pay for the use of any copyright music on your premises. 

Our guide to licensing music in Malta

Licensing tariffs

PRS for Music tariffs are structured to ensure they can cater for all types of businesses and performances. These tariffs cover anything from licensing a larger club to a small hairdresser. Each one is tailored to cater for the needs of a particular business sector.

The main aim when setting a tariff is to ensure that our charges for music played or performed in public are fair to both the music creators and our customers. For example, we don't charge the same fee for music used in a small venue compared with a football stadium or arena. 

In Malta, PRS for Music also required to submit our tariffs every two years to the Copyright Board. Once approved these tariffs are then published in the Government Gazette and can be accessed online. 

Licensing music

If you want to know why you need a licence and what to expect when you set one up, take a look at our Licensing music page.

Supporting members

If you're based in Malta, you can also upload your music files to the BMAT reporting system so their use can be tracked. If you need help using the system, just check out the BMAT guide below. 

Get in touch

If you're a member and need any advice or help, please call Martin Pursey on +356 276 60110 or email him at martin.pursey@prsformusic.com

If you have any questions about music licensing for your business, please call us on +356 212 32010 or email malta@prsformusic.com

To arrange a face-to-face meeting with our local representative please contact Steve Vassallo, by email at steve.vassallo@prsformusic.com or on the number above.

You can write to us at:

PRS for Music 
Suite 3 Parklane Business Centre
Mountbatten Street
Hamrun
HMR1556
Malta