The UK government has agreed to greater regulation of the secondary ticket market.
British orchestras are to benefit from a new tax relief for player fees, rehearsal costs and venue hire, the government has announced.
The creative industries, including music alongside TV and film, currently generate £76.9bn per year for the UK economy, new government figures have revealed.
‘Copyright infringement is theft, pure and simple’, UK culture secretary Sajid Javid has said.
The government has promised an additional £18m for music education in the UK.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Music has called for greater protection of live music lovers when buying secondary tickets.
Calling all creatives – take part in the Alliance for Intellectual Property’s survey and have your say on the future of Intellectual Property.
UK music contributed £3.5bn to the British economy in 2012, a new report from UK Music has revealed.
Mike Weatherley MP has been appointed as intellectual property (IP) advisor to prime minister David Cameron.
The BPI and British Video Association have called on broadband ISPs to list all users of illegally downloaded content.