PRS, the U.K.'s performing rights organization representing over 100,000 members, has announced its overall numbers for 2013. Almost across the board, numbers were up.
PRS collected £596 million in revenue distributable to its members in 2013, up from £572.3 in 2012.
Not including international sources of royalty revenue (worth £201.1 million in 2013), the organization's most lucrative source of income was, unsurprisingly, public performance, which totaled £162.3 million, up from £154.7 million in 2012. Public performance royalties were driven up in part by the Olympics in London.