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.
Sony ATV’s Martin Bandier has called on music streaming services to ‘fully and clearly’ credit songwriters on their sites just as they do with recording artists.
UK Music has launched its manifesto for the 2017 General Election, focusing on five priorities which will enable the sector to thrive post-Brexit.
Spotify has acquired US blockchain startup Mediachain Labs to help develop technology for better connecting rightsholders with the tracks played via the streaming service.
More than half a million music creators have lobbied the European Parliament to request a ‘meaningful and innovative solution’ to the transfer of value in the digital music marketplace.
The next Music 4.5 session from industry think tank 2Pears will explore the value of music and the ways artists and rightsholders can best monetise their repertoire.
The US recorded music business could be missing out on as much as $1bn in royalties per year due to the so-called ‘safe harbour’ legal loophole, according to a new study.
European rightsholders are losing out on public performance royalties in the US due to an ‘unlawful’ copyright excemption, a new study has claimed.
CISAC has expressed concern over the US Department of Justice decision not to modify licensing ‘consent decrees’ which govern US collecting societies.
‘Music is an important part of Britain’s national identity,’ says Kevin Brennan, the Labour MP for Cardiff West.