PPCA is a non-profit organisation that provides licences to Australian businesses to play recorded music in public. The net fees are distributed to record labels & registered Australian artists who create the recordings so they can continue to make music for us all to enjoy.

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  • Australia Council

    PPCA and the Australia Council announce 2015 recording grants

    PPCA and the Australia Council today announced the recipients of five grants offered under a joint initiative between the two organisations.

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  • Digital Content Guide

    Digital Content Guide Launches

    The new website sets out a range of entertainment content that is available online from licensed sources in Australia.

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    The 10th Coopers AMP Winner!

    Melbourne hip hop artist Remi takes home $30,000, courtesy of PPCA.

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    PPCA Congratulates 2014 Ted Albert Award Winner Lindy Morrison

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  • Records

    Copyright Collecting Societies Code Of Conduct - Triennial Review

    Release of review.

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  • ATSI Music Office

    APRA AMCOS and PPCA announce new partnership

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    PPCA Statement

    PPCA disappointed by Commercial Radio Australia’s decision to impact regional radio listeners

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    Artists and labels win court case on radio simulcasting

    Artists and recording labels have won a Federal Court appeal which confirms that they are entitled to seek licence fees from radio stations for music streamed via internet simulcasts.

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Tariff News

  • Festival

    Events & Festivals Tariff

    Outcome of the review of PPCA's tariffs covering Events & Festivals. New Tariffs commencing 1 July, 2012.

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    New Fitness Classes Tariff

    News on the new PPCA/Fitness Australia agreed Fitness Classes Tariff

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    Review of PPCA’s Restaurant & Café Tariff

    Find out the complete history of the review, details of the new tariff and how playing music in your restaurant or café influences customer behaviour.

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