Did you know that every time music is publicly played or a copy is made, royalties are generated? If you’ve ever wanted to know how to receive songwriting royalties for live shows or radio plays, or are confused about the difference between PRS and PPL, then help is at hand.
On Tuesday 14th February between 1pm-2pm, Daniel Jones, PRS for Music’s Education & Outreach Manager for the North of England will be online to discuss everything you need to know about PRS and MCPS, the rights contained within a song and the different sources of royalties that songwriters and composers can earn from.
ABOUT PRS FOR MUSIC
PRS and MCPS are two separate collection societies that operate together under the brand name PRS for Music.
They represent the rights of over 124,000 songwriter, composer and music publisher members across the world, and help ensure they are rewarded when their music is played, performed or copied.
If you write your own songs or music, or co-write with others and your music is being regularly performed, then you should consider joining PRS and you could earn money from your music.
GET IN TOUCH WITH YOUR QUESTIONS FOR PRS FOR MUSIC
The live Q&A will take place in the comments section below this blog. Just login to your Facebook profile and comment on the day. Alternatively, you can tweet us your questions in advance to @UnsignedGuide or email to [email protected] who will post them on your behalf during the live chat.
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