PRS ‘disappointed’ at Global Repertoire Database collapse


The ambitious Global Repertoire Database (GRD) project to aggregate information about songs from collecting societies and publishers collapsed last week, despite participants having invested £8m in getting it up and running. Societies including ASCAP, SOCAN, PRS for Music, SACEM, SIEA and SGAE pulled their future funding, with several rival projects already under development. Music industry...

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