The UK government has announced plans to create a working group to explore how musicians are paid in the music streaming economy.
This is a guest column by David Martin, CEO of the Featured Artists Coalition – the UK trade body that represents the rights and interests of music artists. In this […]
We’ve been paying close attention to the UK parliamentary inquiry into the economics of music streaming, as our past coverage shows.
The UK’s competition regulator the CMA has published its final report from its market study of music streaming.
Yesterday, the UK’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) committee held a pair of follow-up sessions for its inquiry into the economics of music streaming.
Thought you’d heard the last of the UK’s parliamentary inquiry into the economics of music streaming. Soz, but no.
“In the first ten months of the year, independently-released music made up 28.6% of the UK music market,” announced the BPI this morning.
Will Page, the former Chief Economist of Spotify, and British collecting society PRS for Music, has brought together some hefty sets of data in order to map the change in UK consumer behaviour around music before, during and after the Coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
This morning, UK competition regulator the CMA published an update report from its market study on streaming and the music industry.
The UK’s competition regulator has decided NOT to conduct a full market investigation into streaming music and the music industry.
UK competition regulator the CMA has this morning officially launched its music streaming market study. What’s new is the ‘statement of scope’.
Music Ally has been analysing the UK Parliamentary inquiry into music streaming economics in fine detail, including last Friday’s Commons debate. The debate and evidence sessions (or “grillings”, depending on […]