Music lawyer Sarah Williams becomes chief executive of the Independent Music Publishers’ E-licensing agency, IMPEL.
The Independent Music Publishers e-Licensing (IMPEL) initiative is restructuring to operate as a standalone rights management organisation.
The Independent Music Publishers e-Licensing (IMPEL) initiative has announced the results of its 2017 board election.
We sat down with Jane Dyball, chief executive of the Music Publishers Association (MPA) Group, to get her take on the main challenges and opportunities facing music publishers as we head into 2016…
Music industry commentator Tim Ingham has become a non-executive director of Independent Music Publishers e-Licensing (IMPEL).
The Music Publishers Association (MPA) has announced that Jane Dyball is to become the chief executive of the MPA Group.
Vevo executive Alex Kisch has said the proliferation of technology which blocks online advertising will become a key concern for the music industry over the next two years.
7digital chief strategy officer Ben Drury has warned of ‘casualties’ across radio if the music business – led by streaming platforms – reclaims ‘lost ground’ from the broadcast media.
PRS for Music has announced a new two year multi-territory licensing deal with music streaming and subscription service, Spotify.
Music publisher Manners McDade is the latest to announce it has joined IMPEL (Independent Music Publishers’ European Licensing).