Digital Minister Matt Hancock has said the government does not back any proposals for a copyright exception for user-generated content (UGC).
UK Music chief executive Michael Dugher has warned that government ‘uncertainty and lack of clarity’ over Brexit could damage Britain’s £4bn music industry.
The Association of Independent Festivals (AIF) is to host a Safer Spaces panel at its upcoming Festival Congress, with speakers from Standon Calling, Rape Crisis and Safe Gigs for Women.
The BASCA Trust has announced details of its inaugural David Ferguson lecture, Making a Living From Writing Music.
The former UK Music chief executive becomes senior vice president, public affairs, at Live Nation and Ticketmaster.
UK Music chief executive Michael Dugher has warned the industry faced a “perfect storm” due to cuts to music in schools and the closure of hundreds of small music venues.
UK Music Diversity Taskforce has reopened its industry-wide workforce survey for 2017. Have your say and share your experiences of the business...
Labour MP Tom Watson has called on members of the European parliament to use their voting rights to close the ‘value gap’ between digital service providers and music creators.
‘We could be in for an era of cultural barbarism’ if the European parliament doesn’t step in to halt the transfer of value from music creators to content aggregators, warns UK Music chairman Andy Heath.
UK Music has hailed the One Love Manchester concert as ‘an act of defiance’ as a range of stars came together to raise £2m in donations for charity.