Workshop: Beginner's guide to the PRS for Music systems


Thursday 17 July, 2.00pm – 4.00pm
British Music House, 26 Berners Street, London W1

Collection societies account for a large part of most publishers' business. But how well do you really understand how they work, the systems they use, and how distributions are arrived at?
This two hour workshop session lifts the bonnet of PRS for Music to take a look at the inner workings. PRS for Music staffers Andy Ellis (Education & Outreach Manager) and Alex Sharman (Account Manager) will guide you through the various databases and online systems used by the society.

Attendees will also be shown how works are registered and amended and how various "flags" on the system can affect payments. Disputes, adjustments and duplicate claims will also be covered and there will be an opportunity to ask questions.
Ideal for those considering a move into publishing, just starting in the business, or perhaps for employees in creative areas of the business who might benefit from being better equipped to explain this part of the process to songwriters and composers.  

To book your place at a cost of £18 (incl VAT) download the booking form from the PRS website.

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