British orchestras need assurances from government they can easily access the European market – their most important overseas territory – following Brexit, MPs have urged.
'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.
Music organisation Beggars group have issued a stern warning to the UK music industry over fears that Brexit will heavily impact industry growth.
The Independent Music Companies Association (IMPALA), along with 66 other signatories, has issued an open letter to the European Commission urging it to increase its cultural budget.
Composers Nitin Sawhney and Mira Calix have pressed their case for improved copyright provisions with Bulgarian officials, as the EU presidency now rests with them.
The EU’s incoming Bulgarian president Boyko Borisvo brings an ‘unmissable opportunity’ to address the issue of transfer of value from creators to digital platforms, industry experts have advised.
EU funding deficits, new immigration rules and regulatory reforms could hit the UK’s creative industries if the government fails to act, Damian Collins MP has warned.
The Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) has called for support of its #FreeMoveCreate campaign, following reports from musicians that they have been unable to book European tours beyond 2019.
PRS for Music has called on the Government to stop the £112 million in music royalties lost each year from the US due to its bars and grills exception.
Levies covering the general public’s copying of music onto CDs and devices for personal use are hugely beneficial to creators and rightsholders if managed properly, a new report finds.