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UK mechanical society MCPS signs new long-term agreement with PRS For Music

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PRS launches overseas tariff calculator

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Gigs, Clubs and Small Venues

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Government agrees “principle of transparency” important for well-functioning digital market in Lords debate

Songwriters: ‘good music data is your income ticket’

Finnish collecting society Teosto aims for innovation with Futures Lab

 

PRS and PPL launch joint licence for non-profit radio stations in the UK

Nigel Elderton appointed new PRS For Music chairman

MCPS and PRS For Music extend admin agreement

Why you should have me take a look at your music licenses – a quick hello from My Music Solutions.

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ICE and SoundCloud reach a multi-territory licensing agreement

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1 November 2016 ICE and SoundCloud reach a multi-territory licensing agreement for GEMA, STIM and PRS for Music repertoire ICE and SoundCloud are pleased to announce that they have reached an agreement for a new multi-territory licence. This follows the previous agreement reached between SoundCloud and PRS for Music which covered the use of its repertoire since SoundCloud’s launch. In 2015, the launch of the ICE processing and licensing hub brought together online rights for the combined repertoires of GEMA (Germany), STIM (Sweden) and PRS for Music (UK) under one company. This new ICE agreement covers SoundCloud services available across Europe including the recently launched SoundCloud Go subscription and ad-supported offerings available in the UK, Ireland and France. The agreement also brings together the combined repertories of the ICE partners with state of the art processing and matching capabilities and the most comprehensive copyright database in Europe which will, for the first time, allow ICE partners to receive royalties when their combined 250,000 songwriter, composer and publisher members’ works are used by SoundCloud. The rights covered under this new agreement will help accelerate SoundCloud’s continued development and further launch of its subscription and ad funded services across more territories in Europe to the benefit of all creators. Working in partnership with ICE, SoundCloud continues to make significant strides towards improving the quality of data delivered to rightsholders. It now offers its users the functionality to add a wide range of industry recognised metadata to uploaded content, thus driving accuracy and enabling the ICE processing hub to maximize the royalties it passes back to PRS for Music , GEMA, STIM, and their members. Ben McEwen, ICE Licensing Commercial Director, said: “The deal with SoundCloud marks another significant step forward as ICE continues to work to simplify multi-territory licensing for the […]
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