[Answer] What does PRS stand for?

Answer: Performing Right Society
What does PRS stand for?

PRS for Music Limited (formerly The MCPS-PRS Alliance Limited) is a British music copyright collective made up of two collection societies: the Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society (MCPS) and the Performing Right Society (PRS). It undertakes collective rights management for musical works on behalf of its 140 000 members.

PRS represents their songwriter composer and music publisher members’ performing rights and collects royalties on their behalf whenever their music is played or performed publicly. MCPS also represents songwriters composers and music publishers – representing their mechanical rights and collects royalties whenever their music is reproduced as a physical product – this in…

PRS represents their songwriter composer and music publisher members’ performing rights and collects royalties on their behalf whenever their music is played or performed publicly. MCPS also represents songwriters composers and music publishers – representing their mechanical rights and collects royalties whenever their music is reproduced as a physical product – this includes CDs DVDs digital downloads and broadcast or online. PRS (Performing Right Society) and MCPS (Mechanical Copyright Protection Society) are two separate collection societies with PRS running its own operations providing services to MCPS under the name PRS for Music. As of 2018 PRS has entered a joint venture with Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL) under a newly formed private company called PPL PRS Ltd with the aim of making it easier for their customers to obtain a music licence.

Paul Reed Smith Guitars also known as PRS Guitars is an American guitar and amplifier manufacturer located in Stevensville Maryland. Founded in 1985 in Annapolis Maryland by Paul Reed Smith. Products currently manufactured by PRS include electric & acoustic guitars basses and amplifiers.

Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome also known as reversible posterior leukoencephalopathy syndrome is a rare condition in which parts of the brain are affected by swelling usually as a result of an underlying cause. Someone with PRES may experience headache changes in vision and sei…

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