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UK licensing firm PPL has published its latest diversity data, revealing progress in reducing the pay gaps for women and non-white employees.
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PPL has broken its own records this morning with its financial results for 2022, which saw revenues grow by 7.8%.
Producer Fraser T Smith is launching a new scheme to support underrepresented producers, with backing from PPL and the Music Producers Guild.
British CMO PPL has published a report outlining its sustainability strategy, as it aims to reach net zero status by 2050.
2022 was a good year for UK CMO PPL, which says its payouts to performers and recording rightsholders grew by 7.1% to £244.9m last year.
British music licensing company PPL has announced its Q4 2022 distribution, paying out £43.2m to performers and recording rightsholders.
British collecting society PPL has announced details of its Q3 distribution of international revenue.
The UK collecting society has published its gender and ethnicity pay-gap figures and outlined its goals for staff diversity.
PPL in the UK is the latest collecting society to report double-digit growth in its revenues for 2021.