One-stop royalty shop goes online after MCPS-PRS deal

March 2002
Music Week;3/2/2002, Issue 8, p3
Trade Publication
Focuses on a licensing deal forged by collection societies MCPS and PRS and the European Digital Media Association to establish a one-stop shop for online royalty collection. Terms of the agreement; Significance of the deal.


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