Thursday, 5 June 2014

PPL income up by 4%

The UK record industry's collecting society PPL has announced that the total monies it collected for its label and artist members last year were 4% up on 2012, amounting to £176.9 million in 2013.  41.3% of that money came from the UK broadcasters - radio and TV - which licence the rights to the sound recordings they use via PPL. Broadcast income was up 5% year-on-year to £73 million. Meanwhile 39.3% of the money came from British organisations and businesses who play recorded music in public spaces, with that revenue stream bringing in £69.5 million, up 7% on 2012.

The most played tracks were:

1. Daft Punk feat Pharrell Williams - Get Lucky 
2. Robin Thicke feat TI and Pharrell - Blurred Lines
3. Justin Timberlake - Mirrors
4. Bruno Mars - Locked Out Of Heaven
5. P!NK feat Nate Ruess - Just Give Me A Reason
6. Passenger - Let Her Go
7. Avicii - Wake Me Up
8. Naughty Boy feat Sam Smith - La La La
9. Olly Murs feat Flo.Rida - Troublemaker

10. Bruno Mars - When I Was Your Man

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