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PPL and PRS

A brief overview of these two organisations
by

Barry Ryerson

on 27 January 2015

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Transcript of PPL and PRS

PPL, PRS & MCPS
PPL
Phonographic Performance Limited

This organisation gives royalties to performers.
If you have performed on a recording and that recording
gets broadcast, you will get some money.
PPL
Radio
TV
Pubs
Nightclubs
Hotels
Shops
Offices
Gyms
Factories
and....
All these places pay a PPL License Fee

and that fee gets split up to PPL members
when music they played on gets broadcast
Currently, it is
free
to be
a member of the PPL.
PRS
Performing Rights Society
The PRS is for COMPOSERS and PUBLISHERS.

If music you have composed gets broadcast,
you can get money.
Radio
TV
Currently it costs £50 to join the PRS
AND
Live gigs and YouTube
So, to recap:

PPL pays PERFORMERS when they are broadcast

PRS pays COMPOSERS when their music is broadcast

MCPS pays COMPOSERS when their music is made ready to be sold in physical or digital form

PUBLISHERS usually get royalties from ALL of these societies too!

You can be a member of all of them!
What about MCPS?
M
C
P
S

echanical
opyright
rotection
ociety

This is for composers and writers for physical sales
and downloads
It currently costs £50 to join MCPS.
You would join if your music was:


Commercially released by a record company (not a record company that you own), or
Recorded into a radio or TV programme, or
Recorded in an audio-visual or multimedia production, or
Used online.
ROYALTIES
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