Get Your Music Online and Charted: A Useful Guide

The PPL have a website, you know...If you’re interested in more than just getting money for your music, and you want to enter the whole Radio 1, squealing teenage girls affray, then you need to look at getting your single or album registered withthe PPL Repertiore Database, formerly knownas CatCo, so it can be a part of the “Official UK Chart” and you will get to rub shoulders with Rihanna and Jason Mraz backstage at the NME awards (let’s face it, there’s no better way of promoting yourself than already being successful). Here’s the UK OCC’s guide for getting listed on CatCo: by the way, you’ll need a free ISRC code, which RouteNote will issue you when you sign up for our digital distribution service.

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