UK Music boss Michael Dugher has described the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Committee’s Live Music Report as a ‘wake-up call’ towards safeguarding the live music industry.
‘SXSW is a perfect opportunity for the British music industry to talk about how to maintain our position as a global leader in music and how we continue to meet the demands of a fast-changing world in the post-Brexit environment,’ says chief executive officer of UK Music and a former shadow culture secretary Michael Dugher.
UK Music chief executive Michael Dugher has responded to proposed new rules for migrants post-Brexit, warning it could jeopardise the UK music industry.
UK Music chief executive Michael Dugher has written to the Prime Minister, warning of the 'serious risk' Brexit poses to live music.
UK Music has published an alarming new report that describes the challenges facing the future of British music including education, infrastructure and finance.
Chief Executive of UK Music has warned of a worrying decline in uptake for GCSE Music after figures reveal a 7.4 percent drop in pupils taking the subject.
UK Music’s Michael Dugher writes about the ‘desperate and dishonest’ propaganda being pedalled ahead of the crucial European vote on copyright.
UK Music is urging British MEPs to protect music-makers and the wider industry by backing crucial changes to copyright law.
UK Music, which spearheaded the campaign to protect music venues by imposing stricter rules on property developers, is calling for one final show of support ahead of the 10 May deadline.
UK Music's chief executive Michael Dugher has called on the government to protect self-employed workers in the music industry ahead of changes to the Universal Credit benefits system next week.