Your place for regular updates on PRS for Music news.

  1. 23 Nov 2017

    Independent Venue Week is back and celebrating five years

    Founding industry partner PRS for Music will once again be hosting panels

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  2. 15 Nov 2017

    Creators global royalty collections hit record high

    Digital income growth accelerates to 51% as CISAC member author societies drive efficiencies worldwide

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  3. 13 Nov 2017

    ICE unveils new music copyright transformation project

    ICE Operations has announced plans to transform its copyright processing

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  4. 10 Nov 2017

    PRS for Music champions wealth of member talent

    PRS Presents turns two after 30 live performances across the UK

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  5. 9 Nov 2017

    PRS Explores immerses itself in virtual and augmented reality debate

    Leading music business professionals and senior digital entrepreneurs discuss potential of immersive technology on industry

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  6. 9 Nov 2017

    Positive outlook at Future of Women in the Music Industry talk

    Inaugural We Are Robots music conference sees PRS for Music join a panel focusing on women and the electronic music sector

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  7. 7 Nov 2017

    MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards shortlist unveiled

    PRS for Music sponsors Composer of the Year

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  8. 31 Oct 2017

    Sneakerhead haven Kickslove gets head to toe Music Makeover with national prize win

    Sneaker culture and music come together as premium trainer shop wins PRS for Music’s national Music Makeover competition

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  9. 30 Oct 2017

    PRS for Music and BASCA bring expert advice to Leeds songwriters and composers

    Former Delphic band member and Louis Tomlinson hit-maker Richard Boardman to share creative process in special one-off talk

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  10. 25 Oct 2017

    British Composer Awards 2017 Nominees Announced

    Topical shortlist shines a light on composers engaging with current affairs, politics, and gender perceptions through music

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