UK rightsholder representatives and search engines have come together to launch a new initiative to reduce the availability of infringing online content.
Global vinyl sales are predicted to generate $1bn (£800m) worth of revenue in 2017, a new report has claimed.
The Music Exports Growth Scheme (MEGS) has awarded almost a quarter of a million pounds to UK indie music labels and companies to support 21 acts in overseas promotional touring and marketing.
The ongoing surge in audio streaming and steady demand for vinyl LPs have helped the British music industry notch up another successful 12 months, according to official figures.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing how artists write music as well as how it is marketed to fans, a new BPI commissioned report has revealed.
The BPI has launched a new innovation hub, an initiative aimed at matching record labels with new tech businesses.
The latest in the BPI Insight Sessions will explore the growing significance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its likely impact on the music industry’s future.
The BPI has announced an overhaul of the BRITS Voting Academy to promote greater diversity among the experts selecting the award winners.
The Music Growth Export Scheme has reopened and is offering small and medium sized businesses between £5,000 and £50,000 to help promote UK acts overseas.
BPI submissions to the Intellectual Property (IP) Crime Report 2015/16 reveal online piracy is still rife as takedown notices escalate.