Later this week the COP28 UN Climate Conference kicks off in Dubai, with the latest round of talks focusing on the climate emergency.
European independent-music body Impala has published its third equity, diversity and inclusion [EDI] report.
In theory, there are plenty of people in the music industry who like the idea of ‘artist-centric’ streaming payouts.
The music industry is preparing for its latest policy battle in Europe, and it’s focused on artificial intelligence.
We’re excited to tell you about Music Ally’s latest partnership: with IMPALA, the body that represents independent labels in Europe.
European indies body Impala has published a report based on the data from label members using its carbon calculator tool.
European indies body Impala has announced the recipient of its 2023 Changemaker award: UK nonprofit organisation Women in CTRL.
In 2021 European indies body Impala published a 10-point plan for reforming music streaming. Now it’s revisited and reworked those ideas.
The recently-launched Human Artistry Campaign, which is trying to set guidelines for the use of creative AIs, has added new members.
In March 2022, Impala teamed up with YouTube for its showcase of emerging independent artists in Europe. A year on, it’s time to refresh.
The debate about how the music streaming economy works for artists and how it could be improved has reached new heights.
This weekend sees the latest ‘Conference of the Parties’ (COP) climate summit kick off in Egypt, with COP27 due to bring world leaders, climate scientists and activists together.