A boom in audio streaming and the enduring album format has helped boost UK music consumption for the fourth consecutive year, new BPI figures reveal.
Recorded music export revenues have reached their highest level since the turn of the millennium, hitting £408.4m in 2017, according to new figures.
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.
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.
UK record labels’ trade income has reached a five-year high following five percent growth in 2016, new figures have revealed.
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.
Matt Hancock MP, minister of state for Digital and Culture, will deliver the keynote address at the BPI’s 2016 AGM.
The majority of UK record labels are keen for Britain to remain a member of the European Union (EU) ahead of the forthcoming referendum.