PPL squares up for royalties battle

Williams, Paul
November 2005
Music Week;11/12/2005, Issue 47, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the preparation of the Phonographic Performance Ltd. (PPL) to do battle with the government over the organization's bid to raise millions of pounds of extra income for music from the nation's pubs, clubs and shops in Great Britain. Contribution of public performance income to PPL's total earnings; Request for changes to the copyright legislation; Impact of the ruling on the performer community and the labels in the performance environment. INSET: Long-running row comes to a head.


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