Music trade organisations UK Music and the Featured Artists Coalition (FAC) have both welcomed clarification over tax relief for advances for music creators.
The majority of the music industry money and wealth is generated by the creators, UK Music CEO Jo Dipple has said.
UK Music has announced new responsibilities for its team to cover music activity in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, south, north and central England.
The global success of artists such as Sam Smith and Calvin Harris helped UK music contribute £4.1bn to the British economy in 2014, a new report has revealed.
The BBC’s contribution to UK music is ‘essential’, culture minister John Whittingdale has said.
Sam Smith, Sir Paul McCartney and Coldplay are among the musicians voicing their support for the BBC as part of the #LetItBeeb campaign.
James Murtagh-Hopkins, director of communications at UK Music, discusses the organisation's new #LetitBeeb campaign and outlines how you can get involved.
City Showcase is to host Finding the Future 2015, a free series of music industry showcases exploring the latest developments and trends in the sector.
Calling all aspiring music industry professionals – apply to attend UK Music’s Introduction to the Music Industry workshop.
The High Court has overturned a government ruling to allow the copying of films and music for private use legal after a challenge from BASCA, the Musicians’ Union and UK Music.