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PPL
PPL is the UK-based music licensing company that licenses recorded music played in public or broadcast on the radio or TV and then distributes the fees to its performer and record company members.

Established in 1934, PPL now carries out this role on behalf of tens of thousands of members and does not retain a profit for its services.

By providing licensing solutions for the use of almost all commercial recorded music, PPL creates substantial efficiencies for both copyright owners and those who play music in public.

To find out more visit ppluk.com


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1 Upper James Street, London W1F 9DE

Telephone
+44 (0)20 7534 1070
(Please mention -kit.net)

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+44 (0)20 7534 1111

Website
www.ppluk.com
PPL news

10 Jul 2014
Original artist music is key motivator for gym goers, new research reveals

Music licensing company PPL has released new research revealing some interesting insights into the value of music to the fitness sector.
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  Original artist music is key motivator for gym goers, new research reveals
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PPL music licensing

PPL is the music licensing company that provides convenient solutions for businesses that play recorded music in public.
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