Jo Dipple is Chief Executive of UK Music, replacing Feargal Sharkey who left the organisation last November. She joined UK Music in 2008 as senior policy advisor, building on a background in strategic communications and newspaper publishing. She comments on the Live Music Bill and Copyright Consultation for M magazine...
UK Music has today launched its Equality and Diversity Charter, calling on the industry to commit to transforming the sector.
All founding members of UK Music, including PRS for Music and BASCA, have signed up to the charter, and many have published action plans for 2012. UK Music also hopes to secure more than 100 signatories throughout the year.
All of us are familiar with the seismic changes that have swept across our industry in the past 10 years. A decade of digital innovation has opened up countless possibilities in how music is made, how it’s recorded, played, distributed and consumed.