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  1. 10 Dec 2010

    Global Repertoire Database Working Group

    The Global Repertoire Database Working Group, formed as a result of an initiative by EU Commissioner Neelie Kroes, has published its recommendations.

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  2. 8 Dec 2010

    John Lennon 30th Anniversary Today

    In tribute to John Lennon who was murdered 30 years ago today, PRS for Music, the organisation that collects royalties for songwriters and composers, has published the top 10 most performed John Lennon songs from the past 5 years.

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  3. 6 Dec 2010

    Google launches new steps in tackling piracy

    PRS for Music welcomes Google's new anti-piracy steps

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  4. 6 Dec 2010

    Changes regarding third sector licensing

    Changes regarding third sector licensing

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  5. 25 Nov 2010

    PRS for Music waives charges for small B&Bs

    PRS for Music announced today that B&Bs with three bedrooms or fewer will no longer be asked to pay for a PRS for Music licence

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  6. 23 Nov 2010

    UK Public Votes Prodigy Song As Most Controversial

    A new survey conducted by PRS for Music, the organisation that collects and pays royalties to its 75,000 songwriting and composing members, has revealed the top 10 most controversial songs, as voted by the British Public.

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  7. 18 Oct 2010

    PRS for Music launch ‘The Art Of The Song’ auction in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust

    PRS for Music, the organisation that collects and pays royalties to its 70,000 song-writing and composing members, has announced an ambitious project to raise vital funds to help young people across the UK fight cancer.

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  8. 29 Sep 2010

    REM tops songs that make grown men cry

    PRS for Music, the organisation that collects and pays royalties to its 70,000 song-writing and composing members, today reveals that REM’s Everybody Hurts tops the list of songs that make men cry.

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  9. 27 Sep 2010

    PRS For Music and NCB Join Forces on Recorded Music Operations

    The partnership will see PRS for Music move its recorded media royalty processing onto the more modern and efficient NCB system

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  10. 27 Sep 2010

    MCPS and PPL join forces to launch multi-rights licensing scheme

    MCPS (part of the PRS for Music group) and PPL have joined forces to re-launch the ‘Limited Manufacture Licence (LM)’ as a multi-rights licensing scheme.

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