UK record labels association, the BPI, have today (Thursday) published their annual yearbook, which reveals that catalogue tracks account for over half of 2018’s streams.
‘I wanted to create discussions that I really wanted to hear, involving voices that I really want to hear from,’ says BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac.
According to research in the BPI’s latest yearbook, All About the Music 2019, UK recorded music revenues are up by 20 percent, which has been boosted by surging subscription streaming.
Music Managers Forum (MMF), the professional voice of managers and their artists, have published the next instalment of their Dissecting The Digital Dollar initiative, which aims to clarify audience data and open up its value.
Beleaguered high street music retailer HMV could be saved from closure by e-ecommerce company BuyVia.
British artists have helped music consumption reach a four-year high, with figures from the Official Charts Company (OCC) revealing 2018’s biggest hitters.
A boom in audio streaming and the enduring album format has helped boost UK music consumption for the fourth consecutive year, new BPI figures reveal.
The next Label Evolution event, in association with Association of Independent Music (AIM), will examine the role of the record label in the post-streaming economy.
IFPI has released its latest consumer report which shows that licensed on-demand streaming is 'virtually ubiquitous' worldwide.
'There are a lot of clichés about music data: it’s the new gold, it’s the new oil, but you could argue that data is the new politics': we ask the experts how data is changing music.