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Rara.com signs licensing deal with PRS for Music

Tuesday 31 January 2012 | 22:37 CET | News
Music streaming service Rara.com has signed a licensing agreement with PRS for Music, organisation that represents the rights of 85,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers in the UK. This will enable the music creators that PRS for Music represents, to earn when their music is accessed via the subscription-based web service. The deal is a pan-European rights agreement for the repertoire PRS for Music represents, enabling rara.com to operate in multiple European countries. The deal was negotiated by Omnifone, whose digital music service delivery platform powers rara.com worldwide.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Omnifone / rara.com
Countries: Europe / United Kingdom
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