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Do you play music in your business?

Some business owners are surprised to learn that they need a licence to play copyright protected music in their business and don't always understand that simply buying a CD, for example, doesn't give them the right to play it in a commercial environment.  Generally speaking, any business that wants to play copyright protected music or music videos has to first obtain the requisite licences.

 

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News

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    OneMusic Australia to simplify music licensing

    APRA AMCOS and PPCA are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to develop a single public performance licensing scheme.

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    Privacy Policy Update

    PPCA has updated its Privacy Policy to reflect the collection of personal information for some additional purposes.

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    Copyright Collecting Societies Code Of Conduct Triennial Review

    Call For Submissions

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  • Tim McGee

    Tim McGee Joins PPCA Board As Licensor Representative

    PPCA is pleased to announce Tim McGee, Chief Executive Officer of Ministry Of Sound Australia Group, has joined the PPCA Board following the recent PPCA licensor election.

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  • PPCA AUS Council

    PPCA And The Australia Council Announce Recording Grants

    The PPCA and the Australia Council today announced the recipients of six grants totaling $75,000 offered under a joint initiative between the two organisations.

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    Courtney Barnett wins 11th Australian Music Prize

    Melbourne singer-songwriter wins $30,000 courtesy of PPCA.

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Licensing Department
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(02) 8569 1111
Fax:      (02) 8569 1183
licensing.mail@ppca.com.au

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To make changes, fill out a Licence Details form online so your licence can be reassessed. You can also print a copy to fill out & mail it to us.