UK Music has given a cautious welcome to the government’s new budget measures but called for more detail around its impact on live music venues.
UK Music has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer to express concerns about the potential adverse impact on the live music sector as a result of the proposed change to business rates.
UK rightsholder representatives and search engines have come together to launch a new initiative to reduce the availability of infringing online content.
Calling all aspiring music industry professionals - get your free tickets to UK Music’s careers day in Tottenham with local MP, David Lammy.
The UK music industry has welcomed a UK government housing white paper offering more protection for live music venues.
Calling all Scottish songwriters and composers - UK Music is hosting An Introduction to the Music Industry in Glasgow in March.
UK Music chief executive Jo Dipple is to stand down in June 2017 after eight years at the music industry trade body.
The proportion of BAME (Black, Asian, minority ethnic) representation in the music industry’s workforce is 15.6 percent, higher than the UK population as a whole (12.8 percent), a new UK Music report has revealed.
UK Music chief executive Jo Dipple is calling on the industry and public to ensure a tribute single recorded in memory of murdered MP Jo Cox reaches number one for Christmas.
Leading figures from across the live music industry have called for a change in venue licensing to make it easier to stage events and help the industry thrive.