If you’re playing recorded music in your business for customers, staff or both through any means, including radio, TV or digital devices you will usually need licences from both PPL and PRS for Music. PPL represents record companies and performers, while PRS for Music represents songwriters, composers and music publishers. Obtaining a licence from PPL means businesses like yours don’t have to contact each record company individually to obtain their permission to play recorded music from PPL’s vast repertoire.
The simple act of playing music has the potential to benefit your business in a number of ways, including creating a better atmosphere and helping customers feel more relaxed.
PPL licenses radio stations based in the UK, Isle of Man and Channel Islands to use recorded music in all forms of radio, from traditional FM/AM broadcasting to satellite and online radio streaming.
With the relevant music licence, broadcasters can use recorded music and/or music videos in their programming with the permission of the performer and copyright owner.
Ordering music videos is now easier than ever before. Search the thousands of broadcast quality videos, view videos in their entirety and download your chosen files within minutes.
Use PPL's secure online payment system to quickly pay your invoice with a credit or debit card.
PPL licenses companies that can supply music for your business, for example music for exercise classes through to in-flight entertainment.
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