Licensing revenue increases for MCPS-PRS despite tough year

May 2002
Music Week;2/25/2002, Issue 20, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the increase of the licensing revenue of music recording organizations PRS and MCPS in 2001. Total licensing revenue of PRS; Percentage decrease of the average commission charge of MCPS.


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