Monday 3 December 2012, 11:40 | By

PRS For Music launches new code of conduct

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PRS For Music

Publishing rights collecting society PRS For Music last week launched a revised Code Of Conduct, which takes into account the previously reported ‘Minimum Standards For UK Collecting Societies’ recently published by the Intellectual Property Office.

Confirming the launch of the new code, PRS boss Robert Ashcroft told CMU: “This revised code builds upon and consolidates PRS For Music’s existing licensee and membership codes. Its launch underpins our commitment to excellent service and high standards in all that we do”.

Code of conduct fans can check out the all new code in full at this link.

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