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Calling All Music Creators! UK Music Needs Your Help

UK Music is launching its 2024 economic survey for music creators.

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UK Music Chief Welcomes MPs’ Call To Prevent AI Firms Exploiting Music Creators

11.04.2024: UK Music Interim Chief Executive Tom Kiehl has welcomed a call from MPs to ensure that music creators are...

UK Music Chief Renews Warning Over AI As Billie Eilish Leads Chorus Against “Predatory” Use Of Music

03.04.2024: UK Music Interim Chief Executive Tom Kiehl has renewed his warning over the use of generative artificial intelligence in...

Lords Back UK Music’s Key Principles On Artificial Intelligence In Parliamentary Debate

25.03.2024: Lord Holmes’ Artificial Intelligence (Regulation) Bill was debated in the House of Lords on Friday March 22. The proposals...

UK Music Warns Of Threat To Talent Pipeline As Second University Closes Music Department

25.03.2024: UK Music Interim Chief Executive Tom Kiehl is calling on the Government to support music education following the announcement...

Calling All Music Creators! UK Music Needs Your Help

25.03.2024: UK Music is launching its 2024 economic survey for music creators. As the collective voice for the UK music...

UK Music Welcomes Labour Party Pledge To Widen Access To The Creative Industries

14.03.2024: UK Music’s Interim Chief Executive Tom Kiehl has welcomed the Labour Party’s pledge to boost access to the creative...

Manifesto For Music: How We Can Utilise Music To Benefit Society

On Social Prescribing Day, UK Music’s Interim Head of Public Affairs Hannah McLennan examines the power of music to support...

International Women’s Day – Stephanie Haughton-Campbell On Celebrating and Increasing Inclusion In The Music Industry

For this year’s International Women’s Day, Interim Chief of Staff/Director of Operations Stephanie Haughton-Campbell reflects on the positive progress made...