Music Licensing Company

Music Licensing Company

A company that is duly authorized to issue licenses for the use of Sound Recordings and music videos. Music Licensing Companies may issue licenses on behalf of phonogram producers, performers or both. Note: Music Licensing Companies were previously referred to as Producers (and/or Performers) Collection Societies (PCSs).

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