Do I Need a Licence to Play a Radio at Work?

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Yes. Radio stations (including news and talk radio) use copyright sound recordings (such as theme tunes and background music during programmes) so any radio broadcasts within your business premises constitute a licensable public performance of copyright sound recordings.
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1 Additional Answer
To play music from a radio at the workplace, an employer must obtain a music licence from the Performance Rights Society (PRS).This is important so that they can stay within the law.
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