Music is a vital part of the culture of schools, with teachers regularly using music in a variety of ways and formats. In many cases, schools are covered by ‘blanket’ copyright licenses that have been negotiated on schools’ behalf.
This webinar, chaired by Every Copy Counts Director Abigail D’Amore, is an opportunity to learn key information about the licenses schools already have, and what schools’ obligations are in terms of reporting data.
The webinar includes short presentations on the following topics followed by a Q&A:
- The Schools Printed Music Licence (SPML) and Every Copy Counts: Viki Smith (Managing Director: PMLL) and Abigail D’Amore (Director: Every Copy Counts)
- The Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI) licences: Jenny Coomber (UK Service Centre Manager: CCLI)
- The Performing Rights Society (PRS) licences: Kerryn Hill (Licensing Manager: PRS) Louise Latham (Commercial Development Manager: PRS)
About the Provider
CCLI empowers affordable and legal expression of worship by simplifying access to content, resources and media. We do that by way of copyright licences, SongSelect® and ScreenVue®.
Every Copy Counts supports primary and secondary schools to learn about the Schools Printed Music Licence and its benefits for students, and helps teachers to submit data each year.
We are a membership organisation, Subject Association, and an Arts Council England Investment Principles Support Organisation (IPSO) advocating for excellent musical learning in and out of school.
Printed Music Licensing Limited (PMLL) represents the rights of music publishers. On their behalf, PMLL issues licences to allow the photocopying and arranging of sheet music as part of education and beyond.
Music wouldn't exist without the work of songwriters, composers and publishers. We're here to represent them and ensure that they are rewarded for their creations.