16th December 2013
UK Music have release an in-depth report into the music industry’s contribution to the economy.
11th October 2013
A new report by UK Music identified 6.5 million music loving tourists who generated £2.2 billion while attending UK festivals and concerts in 2012.
1st October 2013
The Musicians’ Union (MU) and UK Music are today celebrating the first anniversary of the Live Music Act coming into effect by publishing a report on its impact at a roundtable in the Cornerhouse in Manchester.
2nd August 2013
A cross party group of influential peers has called on Government to develop a new strategy to support music-based tourism and help grow the UK economy.
27th June 2013
APPG on Music to write to select committees about secondary ticketing
10th June 2013
First UK Music/IPO Competition to raise awareness of Music Downloading, Filesharing and Copyright
8th May 2013
A call for secondary ticketing to be re-examined by the Government was made at a UK Music SoundCity roundtable last week.
26th April 2013
This week UK Music's economic advisor Jonathan Todd was commissioned by Prospect Magazine to explain why the music industry is unhappy about the way it is defined by Government.
17th April 2013
Access to finance remains a problem for music companies, according to a new survey that shows awareness of loan schemes available to the industry is very low.