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

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Change My Details

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.