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And he has hit them with an order to pay £2,459 in legal costs run up by PPL in taking them to court.
The ban applies to all forms of mechanically recorded music such as records, tapes and CDs in PPL's repertoire.
Christine Geissmar, Operations Director, PPL said: “There is an intrinsic value that recorded music adds to businesses, and this judgement acknowledges that the performers of the music and record companies should be fairly rewarded.
Stourbridge is known around the world for its glassmaking industry, including supplying cut glass pieces for the famous ship Titanic.
Although mass manufacturing declined, a number of bespoke firms and designs still work in and around the town.“PPL issues licences to hundreds of thousands of businesses and organisations across the UK when they play recorded music to their staff or customers.