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  1. 25 May 2018

    PRS for Music celebrates partnership with BBC Music's Biggest Weekend Fringe

    PRS members take part in panels and workshops as part of Fringe events

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  2. 24 May 2018

    Jim Duguid and Dru Masters join PRS Board as new Directors

    New Writer Directors Jim Duguid and Dru Masters join the Board, alongside re-elected Edward Gregson. Simon Platz and John Minch re-elected as Publisher Directors

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  3. 24 May 2018

    PRS for Music CEO Robert Ashcroft's AGM 2018 speech

    The PRS AGM took place at the British Library on Thursday 24 May

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  4. 23 May 2018

    ICE announce new multi-territory licensing deal with Mixcloud

    Mixcloud’s new ICE ‘Core’ licence covers PRS, STIM and GEMA repertoire for their combined 290,000 members and repertoire for some of the leading independent music publishers

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  5. 15 May 2018

    Industry reaches agreement on new live music licensing terms

    Copyright Tribunal approves Tariff LP

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  6. 11 May 2018

    Tileyard Music joins forces with Notting Hill Music for The Big One songwriting camp

    PRS for Music supports the largest camp at Tileyard Studios to date

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  7. 3 May 2018

    PRS for Music supports Beland Music Festival

    Beland Music Contest supported by Arts Council Malta and PRS for Music

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  8. 24 Apr 2018

    20-time Grammy winning Pat Metheny bags Jazz FM’s Gold gong

    Million-selling US jazz guitarist Pat Metheny to take home the PRS for Music Gold Award at next week’s Jazz FM Awards

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  9. 24 Apr 2018

    Nominations announced for the 2018 Ivor Novello Awards

    The Ivors are presented by BASCA in association with PRS for Music

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  10. 23 Apr 2018

    PRS: Record royalties paid to songwriters and composers

    6.6 trillion performances of music reported to PRS from across the globe

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