Public Service Broadcasting (pictured) and Ghostpoet are among the 12 acts to receive grants in the latest round of the government funded scheme, which has so far awarded £2.4 million to artists.
Fancy a job in the music industry? Talented youngsters are being offered the chance to kickstart their careers through a new BRIT Awards apprenticeship.
The internet behemoth has received more than three billion requests from rightsholders to remove links to copyright-infringing websites from its search engine results.
Digital Minister Matt Hancock has said the government does not back any proposals for a copyright exception for user-generated content (UGC).
Digital minister Matt Hancock MP has outlined government plans for greater online regulation to address the value gap, attracting approval from recorded music trade body, the BPI.
Research has shown that the latest trend in music piracy is stream-ripping - but what is it, and how could it affect you?
Adele, Coldplay, David Bowie and Rolling Stones led the way in driving UK global sales in 2016, which are up 11 percent to £365m.
BPI chief executive Geoff Taylor has responded to Lyor Cohen’s 'Five observations from my time at YouTube' blog post, contesting his point that the safe harbour loophole is a ‘distraction’ for the music industry.
Ibibio Sound Machine, Dream Wife, This Is The Kit and Dan Croll are among the latest round of artists to receive support from the BPI and UK government’s Music Export Growth Scheme.
Taking place in London on 15 September, the event has added new speakers including artist manager Ellie Giles (Charli XCX) and BPI director Chris Tams.