westminster media forum
Want to learn more about monetising digital content? Attend the next Westminster Media Forum seminar to explore next steps for online content, revenue models and value exchange.
The Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) has called for support of its #FreeMoveCreate campaign, following reports from musicians that they have been unable to book European tours beyond 2019.
Appearing at a Westminster Media Forum last week, Trinity College London's academic director Nick Beach spoke of the need for better qualification and better trained teachers.
PRS for Music has called on the Government to stop the £112 million in music royalties lost each year from the US due to its bars and grills exception.
The next Westminster Media Forum event will assess the future of monetising digital content across the creative sectors, including music, screen, publishing and radio.
Careers of new songwriters are ‘being squeezed’ by a digital market allowing online platforms to use current laws to avoid paying for music, a PRS for Music legal expert has said.
Europe’s rightsholders need to embrace ‘digital disruption’ to help shape the future of the online marketplace, a technology expert has said.
New BPI chairman Ged Doherty will call on the next government to extend creative industry tax reliefs to recorded music and video production.
Robert Ashcroft, PRS for Music chief executive, has named current ‘safe harbour’ hosting provisions within EU copyright legislation as the music industry’s ‘elephant in the room’.
Leading music industry figures have today questioned Google’s plans to launch a YouTube ad-free subscription service.