‘This is the first really significant change in copyright law in decades’: Grammy Award-winning songwriter Paul Williams reacts to the passing of the Music Modernization Act.
Cryptocurrency mining is providing a lucrative new revenue stream for online music pirates which can be hard to detect, warns tech expert Helen Saunders.
Want to learn more about new trends in online music piracy and how the industry can safeguard creative content online? Don’t miss the next PRS Explores session…
YouTube has become a registration agency for the International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI), helping it identify the owners of music uploaded to its platform.
Parable VR’s co-founder made the comments during last night's PRS Explores event, where a host of experts discussed how developing technologies could make an impact on the current music market.
Join the next PRS for Music Explores event for an evening of discussion and VR demonstrations, where panelists include electronic performance artist Chagall.
Labour MP Tom Watson has called on members of the European parliament to use their voting rights to close the ‘value gap’ between digital service providers and music creators.
Copyright reform is the most divisive issue the European parliament has faced in 17 years, says UK MEP Mary Honeyball.
‘We could be in for an era of cultural barbarism’ if the European parliament doesn’t step in to halt the transfer of value from music creators to content aggregators, warns UK Music chairman Andy Heath.
The next PRS for Music Explores event will focus on proposals to update European copyright law, and what they may mean for music creators and the wider industry.