PRS offers free trial licence
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PRS offers free trial licence

PRS for Music is offering a free month-long trial to enable workplaces to bring the World Cup to employees.

Businesses will need to register for the Music Licence free trial and PRS hopes more employers will make it a permanent fixture.

PRS for Music said: "Arranging a PRS for Music licence ensures you are legally covered for use of copyright music in your business and you can allow your staff to watch the games, keeping morale high, reducing absence and minimising disruption to business – a win-win situation."

Once the event is over, [link=]PRS for Music[/link] will contact the registered workplaces encouraging them to pay for a regular licence.

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0 0 357 10 June, 2010 Industry News 9:58 pm 20106 Thursday, June 10th, 2010

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