PPL Chief Executive Peter Leathem has said the copyright collective is considering introducing livestreaming licences akin to PRS for Music's.
A dedicated licence for recorded music featured in ticketed livestreams may be pursued if labels, performer and rights-holders are in favour.
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"The record companies are quite often keen to do direct licensing, so we're just trying to [determine] whether there is a service that PPL would be able to provide," Leatham told Music Week.
PPL licensing for paid livestreams is currently arranged on a case-by-case basis.
The group is also reviewing its Linear Webcast Licence, which is used for free livestreams.