Club, Coach, Latest, Legal / 03.12.2016
Do you play recorded music in your clubhouse or coaching sessions using a radio, CD player, TV or MP3 player? Can more than one person hear the music? Then you are legally required to have at least one music licence - failure to do so could result in prosecution. Playing recorded (or live) music where more than one person can listen to the music legally requires two music licences, one from an organisation called the Performing Rights Society (PRS, representing songwriters and publishers) and one from an organisation called Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL, representing record companies and performers).