BBC Two Rebrand and Onwards

Not BBC Two related but

Spencer For Hire posted:
Even if music is composed and recorded specifically for a broadcaster, they still have to pay performance rights on it.

It's like with radio stations who still have to pay PRS on their jingles and station beds. The composers and performers are still entitled to their royalties, just as if it was library music or available commerically.

How does they ensure the correct people are given royalties? Does a list of all songs played have to be sent through or is it calculated on a different basis?