24th August 2012
Henley Business School who have partnered with the music industry to launch the world first MBA programme for middle and senior executives invited consumer brand managers and music industry executives to come together to discuss future innovation, pioneering methods and best business practice within the field of music and brand partnerships.
6th August 2012
UK Music and Visit Britain today (6th August) unveil a comprehensive Great British Music Festivals map. Launched in this, a heritage year, the interactive map which has been created in conjunction with CPA, AIF and AFO, highlights more than 500 commercial music festivals taking place all around the country adding £864million to the British economy and entertaining 7.7 million fans.
31st July 2012
‘Copyright Works’ by Richard Hooper CBE and Dr Ros Lynch recommends measures aimed at streamlining copyright licensing in the digital age.
27th July 2012
Following on from BPI Trade Missions to Los Angeles and Tokyo, the BPI, supported by the MPA, will be running an inaugural trade mission to Australia, covering Sydney and Melbourne.
23rd July 2012
In what will be an enhancement to industry working practice, PPL is pleased to announce the launch of its Eligible Studio Producer Form.
21st June 2012
UK Music would like to thank all the guests who attended the UK Music Summer Reception. We would also like to thank Aon for their contribution to the after party.
16th May 2012
UK Music has today published new research that conclusively demonstrates the commercial, market-based value of the ability to play music copied from CD as a feature on MP3 players, phones and tablets.
10th May 2012
UK Music has announced that Tom Kiehl will be joining the organisation in June as Director of Government Relations and Public Affairs.
17th April 2012
With confirmation that the recently-passed Live Music Act will come into effect on October 1st 2012, the UK music industry is holding a celebration event in Westminster this afternoon.
27th March 2012
The report concludes that relative to other countries in the world, the UK’s copyright licensing processes compare well. It highlights that UK music fans have the greatest range of licensed digital services in the world, and that the modern music industry has embraced the digital age with some vigour.