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The Performing Rights Society (PRS) has proposed a plan to brand music search results based on their legality.
Google has pledged to implement a number of new measures to help combat online copyright infringers.
Premium music content videos will be restored to YouTube in the UK after PRS for Music announced that it signed a new licensing agreement with the video site's owners Google.
A new music industry study claims that, despite all the brow-beating and chin-stroking about the 'problems' of illegal downloading and P2P piracy, the British music industry is in rude health.
Talks between Warner Music and YouTube are still ongoing despite the label being the only one of the 'big four' not to have signed up
It's official: Spotify is here to stay. The free, ad-funded online music streaming service has agreed terms with the Performing Rights Society (PRS) and can legitimately continue to operate in the UK.
The Performing Rights Society (PRS) has announced significant changes to its online charges, which sees the rates that music-streaming services have to pay slashed by more than half.
Discussions between YouTube and the PRS (Performing Rights Society) are continuing with progress being made, according to the website's Director of Video Partnerships Patrick Walker.