UK artists and musicians are joining forces to take on the ‘greedy’ tech giants that are trying to block European Union (EU) plans to give creators a fairer 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...
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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.
Want to learn more about monetising digital content? Attend the next Westminster Media Forum seminar to explore next steps for online content, revenue models and value exchange.
Independent publisher Concord Music has entered an agreement with ICE to oversee its online licensing and administration needs.
A new study suggests that while streaming services have helped recorded music return to growth, their greatest contribution may turn out to be the data they generate about fans’ listening habits.
Next week BASCA will be hosting a panel aimed at connecting classical musicians better to the digital world.
UK Music’s Michael Dugher writes about the ‘desperate and dishonest’ propaganda being pedalled ahead of the crucial European vote on copyright.
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.