As a consequence, PRS for Music established the Fair Play for Creators campaign in order to provide a forum where musicians could "publicly demonstrate their concern over the way their work is treated by online businesses".
David Arnold, Jazzie B, Billy Bragg, Guy Chambers, Robin Gibb, Pete Waterman, Mike Chapman, Wayne Hector, Pam Sheyne and Debbie Wiseman sent a letter to The Times newspaper in support of the campaign launched by PRS for Music.
Blockchain In April 2017, PRS for Music, ASCAP & SACEM announced a collaborative initiative to investigate Blockchain and how it could improve data accuracy which would potentially mean faster and more accurate royalty payments for songwriters.
In 2007, PRS for Music took a Scottish car servicing company to court because the employees were allegedly "listening to the radio at work, allowing the music to be 'heard by colleagues and customers' In 2014, PRS for Music and commercial broadcaster ITV failed to negotiate a licensing deal resulting in a Copyright Tribunal dispute; in July 2016, The Copyright Tribunal awarded in favour of PRS for Music.
Heritage Awards The PRS for Music Heritage Award scheme launched in 2009 with the first award going to Blur.