Cars are leading the digital music revolution with new figures claiming a fifth of new vehicles sold in the UK this year will be without CD player.
A new campaign has launched to tackle educational issues around copyright infringement and raise awareness of legal content sources available to British consumers.
Thirteen music companies, including the management behind Catfish and the Bottlemen - and three songwriters are among the latest recipients of Music Export Growth Scheme funding.
The UK music industry and the government have agreed to make the age ratings pilot a permanent feature for music videos.
Music streaming has risen to its highest level, passing 500m per week, the BPI has revealed.
UK is the global leader in ‘soft power’ with music playing a crucial role in promoting this positive image, the BPI has said.
UK music consumption is up in the first six months of the year with ‘explosive growth’ in streaming driving the rise, says the BPI.
The BPI has launched a Copyright Protection Portal to help labels and musicians discover where illegal copies of their music are being hosted online.
British acts were behind more than one in seven (13.7 percent) of all albums sold across the world in 2014, new figures show.
The Big Music Project has announced a second year of funding for music companies looking to offer internships to young people.