PPL chief executive Peter Leathem has told Music Week that its services for neighbouring rights “can’t be beaten” as the collection society announces a new agreement with Rita Ora.
The Atlantic Records recording artist has signed with the collective management organisation (CMO) for the administration of international neighbouring rights outside the US. Ora joins a growing roster of artists whose performance royalties PPL collects on a global basis.
“From the data we can see, we seem to be collecting about ...
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