What we're doing

Find out the range of tools and services we're developing to improve your online experience

We live in an age where an organisation’s social media presence can make or break a brand. Think Boaty McBoatface and Susan Boyle’s unfortunate choice of hashtag, both of which caused quite a stir on the internet for all the wrong reasons. The way that we engage with our social media following is massively important and we need to get it right, but how? Defining our social objectives Here at PRS for Music, we’re currently in the process of a huge ... read more

A unique hub for copyright, processing, licensing and business services There’s no denying it, the intricacies of the music industry are complicated. With over 9.3 billion digital song usages reported to ICE since the beginning of 2016 and 3 million musical works registrations received in 2017 (many with various creators, and each with different publishers), you can begin to understand why creating a simple solution is important. Our vision is s ... read more

Whether you’re a new graduate looking for that first role or a seasoned professional seeking out a fresh challenge, applying for a new job can be difficult. Countless hours can be spent scouring LinkedIn, reading job descriptions, updating CVs and covering letters, and when you finally submit an application, in some cases it can take weeks to hear anything back, or worse, you sometimes get no response at all. At PRS for Music, we know how dauntin ... read more

One of the key missions of our project to improve our digital services is to make sure that the information we provide to our members, customers and affiliate societies is as clear and simple to use as possible. For our members in particular, we knew we needed to revamp the distribution statements they receive, and make them available online. What’s new? From early next year, our members will be able to access and interact with their statements o ... read more

A few years ago when going to your local supermarket you would queue up for what felt like an age to buy a few items. The odds are you’d usually get stuck behind someone doing their weekly shop and the cashier scanning the items might be taking forever. At this point, you’d probably think to yourself ‘can’t I bypass the queue and scan my item myself?’ or ‘wouldn’t it be better if someone could bring my shopping to my house?’ Then, as luck would h ... read more