MCPS-PRS Alliance

The MCPS-PRS Alliance - MCPS (Mechanical Copyright Protection Society) and PRS (Performing Right Society) are the not-for-profit UK collecting societies that ensure composers, songwriters and publishers are paid royalties when their music is used: from live performance to TV and radio, CDs to DVDs, downloads, streams and everything in between. MCPS and PRS entered into an operational alliance in 1997.

External links

* [http://www.mcps-prs.com Official website]


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