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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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News

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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 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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  • Josh Pyke

    Josh Pyke Joins PPCA Board As Artist Representative

    PPCA is pleased to announce that ARIA Award-winning artist, Josh Pyke has joined the PPCA Board following the recent PPCA Artist Representative election.

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    Courtney Barnett wins 11th Australian Music Prize

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

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    Introducing the Early Childhood Education Licence

    PPCA has teamed up with APRA AMCOS, ARIA, The Copyright Agency | Viscopy and Early Childhood Australia to provide a simple licensing solution to early learning providers.

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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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