The EU’s incoming Bulgarian president Boyko Borisvo brings an ‘unmissable opportunity’ to address the issue of transfer of value from creators to digital platforms, industry experts have advised.
YouTube has become a registration agency for the International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI), helping it identify the owners of music uploaded to its platform.
Facebook has signed another three significant licensing agreements with rightholders, following revelations of recent deals with Sony/ATV and Universal Music Group.
The Independent Music Publishers e-Licensing (IMPEL) initiative is restructuring to operate as a standalone rights management organisation.
The PRS for Music director shares her thoughts on the challenges facing collecting societies and rightsholders, how the data business is shaping up for 2018 and what PRS is doing to stay in tune…
Global royalty collections for music creators have hit a record high of €8bn (£7.2bn) annually, bolstered by growth in the digital music market, a new study shows.
The Ukrainian Agency of Copyright and Related Rights (UACRR) has hit a royalty high in 2017 following shows by Depeche Mode and Muse.
The Music Managers Forum (MMF) has launched two guides to help artists and their managers better navigate the streaming business.
The Featured Artists Coalition (FAC) and CMU:DIY have come together to launch a new full-day educational event, which will tour the UK.
The Swedish song data management platform has partnered up with ASCAP and PRS for Music to help with its continued work of solving metadata issues – which often mean royalties end up in the wrong place.