British collecting society PRS for Music has published its annual figures, reporting record-breaking revenues and distributions in 2022.
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PRS for Music agrees new funding deal with PRS Foundation
The news follows loud protests last year after PRS for Music announced plans to cut its annual funding for the foundation by 60%.
PRS for Music sues LIVENow over livestreaming licensing
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, for many artists livestreaming was suddenly the only way they could connect with their audiences to perform.
Portal power: new launches from MLC and PRS for Music
You wait ages for two portals that want to help music royalties flow to the right people, then two come along at once.
PRS for Music targets South Korean DSPs over royalties
British collecting society PRS for Music isn’t happy with several streaming service in South Korea.
MMF wants ‘greater transparency’ over black-box collections
That controversy within the UK music industry over funding for PRS Foundation isn’t going away.
UK music bodies send #HaltCutsToPRSF open letter to PRS for Music
The row over a planned cut in donations from British collecting society PRS for Music to charity the PRS Foundation rumbles on.
PRS for Music responds to Foundation funding cut criticism
Yesterday we reported on loud rumbles of discontent in the UK over future funding cuts to the PRS Foundation
FAC joins calls for u-turn on PRS Foundation funding cut
There’s a big row brewing within the UK music industry over future cuts to the funding for PRS Foundation, planned for 2024.
MMF criticises diversity of new PRS Members’ Council intake
PRS CEO Andrea Czapary Martin hailed the appointees’ “breadth of vision, diversity of skill sets and an understanding of the digital eco-system”
PRS for Music reveals that revenues grew by 22.4% in 2021
British collecting society PRS for Music has published its annual financial results, revealing that its revenues grew by 22.4% to £777.1m ($989.6m) in 2021.
UMG and PRS for Music respond to Russia invasion of Ukraine
The situation in Ukraine continues to spark responses from companies and organisations in the music industry, with three more announcing their next moves yesterday.