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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 PRSPerforming Rights Society - The PRS represents the rights of over 100,000 members in the UK. - They license organisations to play, perform or make available copyright music on behalf of members and those of overseas societies- They distribute the royalties to them fairly and efficiently.- They promote and protect the value of copyright. Regulates Music - Where possible PRS for Music asks for the full details of what music is played. - We ask concert venues to provide full details of all music performed, and we gather information from most TV and radio broadcasters.- With smaller businesses, such as hairdressers, restaurants, shops and pubs, music researchers survey premises to determine music use. - From these details we calculate the royalties due to each member. Consequences Music users can choose to stop using copyright music on their premises and will not require a copyright licence once performances have stopped. However, they may be required to pay a licence fee to cover any copyright music use to that dateIt is the music users responsibility to ensure they have the correct licences in place before using any copyright material.If you have been using music without a licence, you may be liable to make a payment to cover the years you have been using music without a licence (up to 6 years based on the Limitation Act).
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