Not a PPL member and releasing music? You could be missing out on revenue. PPL is the body which collects and distributes royalties on behalf of its record label, self-releasing artist and rights holder members when their music or videos are broadcast on the radio, TV or played in public. Email AIM’s Membership Coordinator Jude with your questions.
For PPL members: Now that their main distribution has come and gone, we recommend you take the time to review your PPL data and make sure your repertoire is registered correctly ahead of the December adjustment and next year’s June distribution. Fix your invalids, add in mandatory performer data, optimise your repertoire for international collections and make sure everything is in place to earn what you’re entitled to.
PPL run free sessions throughout the year at their central London headquarters and the next one is on the topic ‘Maximising Your PPL Membership.’
Come and join us for our next PPL in Session to find out about how to maximise your payments, suitable for performers, rights holders, representatives and rights holder intermediaries alike.
In this month’s tutorial, we’ll be providing guidance and advice on how to maximise your PPL membership. Come along to find out about:
- PPL’s international collection service
- Other PPL services
- Registering your repertoire
- Making claims
- Using myPPL to keep your account up to date
Our Member Services team will be on hand throughout and after the session to speak to you individually and answer your questions.
Can’t make it to London? Join the event live online via the free WebEx web conferencing system. Spaces are very limited, so email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space today.
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