Royalty rumble: Everything you need to know about the new PRS For Music live tariff

James Hanley

The new PRS For Music tariff for live events could still take months to be confirmed - despite all parties reaching an agreement on a revised rate.

It was revealed last week that an application to “vary the terms” of the tariff has been sumitted to the Copyright Tribunal for approval following extensive talks, but a waiting period is anticipated before the changes
are ruled upon.

The near 30-year-old tariff was originally set in 1988 and is currently 3% of ...

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