PPL to represent Muse and Rudimental abroad

Muse and Rudimental have moved to music licensing company PPL for their international neighbouring rights collections.

They join a number of performers signed to PPL’s international collections service who entrust PPL to claim their royalties and ensure they are paid for their work internationally.

PPL covers over 94% of the world’s performance rights in royalty value. Over £226 million of international revenue has been collected by PPL in the last decade and has 79 international agreements in place.

Greg Burnell from Stack House Management who represent Rudimental said: “Rudimental have worked extremely hard to achieve the success that they have received internationally. We appreciate all the work that PPL does in making sure they are paid fairly for their work worldwide.”

Amanda Carmichael, Head of Member Services, PPL says, “We are delighted that Muse and Rudimental have moved to PPL. We have continued to work closely with overseas societies to drive maximum returns for our members and grow our reach, whilst delivering an excellent personal service and it is great to see members recognise this.”

Posted on Monday, November 9th, 2015 at 11:57 am by RadioToday staff

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