British songwriters earned £187.7m from use of their music outside the UK in 2011, up 10.6% year-on-year, according to new figures released by PRS for Music. However, very little of this is coming from downloads and streams – just £2m, which PRS for Music thinks will merely “more than double” by 2022. Instead, live income accounted for £21m of the 2011 figure, while TV usage of music accounted for £60m. Read more

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