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Music On the Radio

We have been receiving a large volume of calls from medical centres and businesses enquiring about our PRS PPL free music.

It is very interesting hearing about people's perception of using music in the workplace. Some believe it's OK to just play the radio in their workplace and not have to pay any licence fees to PRS or PPL, thinking that the music from a radio is somehow not covered or copyrighted. We have to explain to them that if you are playing commercial radio in a workplace then the composers and performers of the music played on the radio will all be due a slice of the revenue collected by PRS and PPL because they are all PRS PPL members. This news is often greeted with dismay and a certain degree of incredulity. I'm afraid there's no avoiding paying PRS PPL fees if you are playing commercial radio in your workplace.

So even if you stream music from Spotify you are still liable to pay PRS PPL licence fees when members of the public can hear it, even if the player is in your office at work, anyone can walk past and hear it if they like it or not. Then this is deemed as a public performance.

The only place you can play the radio and not be liable to pay licence fees is in the home. However if you arrange paying yoga lessons in your living room and use the radio or stream music for the class you are still facing a bill from PRS or PPL.

Our CDs and CD downloads can be played anywhere at anytime without ever being liable to pay any fees to PRS or PPL. The composers of our music are not PRS PPL members and so we can let you play this music on a one off fee in any workplace situation. Plus you don't have those annoying adverts or the smugness of the daytime DJ.

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