The High Court has rejected ITV’s appeal of the Copyright Tribunal’s decision that the broadcaster must increase its licensing payments to PRS for Music.
PPL has become the first collective management organisation to sign an international performer agreement with the Jamaican Music Society (JAMMS).
BBC Local Radio stations are calling on listeners to nominate iconic locations or music legends for Blue Plaques.
Rag’n’Bone Man has made chart history by landing the fastest selling male debut album of the decade with his new record, Human.
UK rightsholder representatives and search engines have come together to launch a new initiative to reduce the availability of infringing online content.
Paul Epworth was named Producer Of The Year at the Music Producers Guild (MPG) Awards 2017, taking the top prize for the fourth time.
Spring King and Dead Pretties are lined up to help launch the Old Blue Last’s takeover of London live music haunt, the Sebright Arms.
A new £1m endowment fund from the Welsh government has been established to help more children access music learning.
PRS for Music has pledged its support to the inaugural Small Awards, a new initiative to champion the UK’s small business sector.
Hip hop artists, poet and playwright Kate Tempest will be curating the programme for the Brighton Festival 2017 inviting Mica Levi and legendary folk artist Shirley Collins to join her.