transfer of value
UK Music’s Michael Dugher writes about the ‘desperate and dishonest’ propaganda being pedalled ahead of the crucial European vote on copyright.
Trade body UK Music has led a delegation including PRS for Music's John Mottram to Brussels in a united show of force to back proposed changes to EU copyright law.
UK songwriters and composers are being urged to contact their Members of European Parliament (MEPs) to encourage them to back changes to European copyright law.
UK Music is urging British MEPs to protect music-makers and the wider industry by backing crucial changes to copyright law.
The lead committee of European Parliament has today approved positive changes to copyright law, which could help halt the ‘transfer of value’ from music creators to digital service providers.
International royalty collections for music-makers and rightsholders hit €9.2bn in 2016, according to new figures.
The IFPI has used its 2018 Global Music Report to call out unlicensed and under-licensed video streaming platforms which are avoiding paying millions to rightsholders for the use of their music.
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PRS for Music and its European sister societies have relaunched the #MakeInternetFair petition, calling for EU law makers to protect the rights of music creators' in what would be the first copyright overhaul in 17 years.
Matthew Hancock MP, the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, has underlined his commitment to addressing the transfer of value from creators to digital content platforms.