PRS for Music’s Robert Ashcroft welcomes the latest development in the European Union’s plan to reform copyright legislation as a step forward in protecting creators.
Lord Michael Grade has urged the European Parliament to take action in favour of creators ahead of a crucial vote on copyright in Europe tomorrow (Wednesday).
'This could mean the death of music, full stop.' Artists gather to take on ‘greedy’ tech giants who are attempting to block EU plans to give creators a fair deal.
In two weeks, the European Parliament will vote on the future of music online. With so much at stake, we ask PRS for Music's John Mottram what's happening, how we got here and what’s next...
Organisations from across the UK music industry have united to call on European Members of Parliament (MEPs) to secure music's future online - get involved.
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Calling all Birmingham-based artists, managers and songwriters: gain an overview of the streaming business and how services are licensed at the next Dissecting the Digital Dollar event.
MEPs voted on the Copyright Directive in Strasbourg today and failed to authorise a final text for passage into law.
British talent appeal to MEPs to support creators on the eve of a crucial vote on copyright law.
We debunk the myths and misinformation swamping Twitter as the internet's biggest brands mobilise to lobby MEPs ahead of a crucial vote on copyright law.