Fair Royalty Management
RadioPro Ltd (UK) and RadioPro Rights Management Limited (IE) operate both as Collective Management Organisations (CMOs) and manage copyright, and rights related to copyright, on behalf of right holders in the music sector.
Music from and for professionals
Our network of associated radio stations broadcast music entrusted to us by independent artists from around the world. Our Broadcast Network plays a key part in our vision for the Revolution in the Music Industry and the change of the “status quo” in favor of both the general public and the musicians.
Our Vision & Company
RadioPro Ltd (UK) and RadioPro Rights Management Limited (IE) operate both as Collective Management Organisations (CMOs) and offer totally fair copyright management to artists not represented by other Performance Rights Organizations (PROs). We offer our repertoire to multiple digital providers worldwide for streaming purposes.
Strength in Unity
The organisations we represent recognize that they are as strong as their members and because of that we are constantly looking for new, talented and eager to work associates. We invite you to a beautiful musical journey, which will elevate your art and your business.
The RadioPro Network offers music to 27 countries worldwide, with active representatives already in Germany, Austria, Ireland, France, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Romania and Moldova.
RadioPro Ltd operates as a Collective Management Organisation (CMO) as described in the directive 2014/26/EU of the European Parliament and the Council of 26 February, 2014. You can find RadioPro Ltd on the official site of the British Copyright Office, listed as a licensing body for music works.
RadioPro Rights Management Limited complies with the definition of a licensing body specified in section 265 of the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000 and the definition of a Collective Management Organisation (CMO), as described in Regulation 2 of the European Union (Collective Rights Management) (Directive 2014/26/EU) Regulations 2016 (S.I. No. 156/2016) and in the Article 3 (a) of the EU Directive 2014/26/EU.