UK Music reveals huge potential of live music act

21st September 2012

Today (Friday 21st September) UK Music unveils new research into the potential impact of the Live Music Act 2012. UK Music, commissioned The Market Research Group at the University of Bournemouth to survey 1000 premises to look at the potential impact of the Act.Today UK Music unveils new research into the potential impact of the Live Music Act 2012.Passed as an Act of Parliament in March 2012, the Live Music Act will see the deregulation of live performance* in venues of no more than 200 people

The dark side of the tune: the hidden energy cost of digital music consumption

20th September 2012

The Dark Side of the Tune reviews current research on the costs of data traffic and highlights some of the energy costs inherent in a range of existing digital music services. These costs are both startling and surprising.

UK Music welcomes Maria Miller as new culture secretary

4th September 2012

Maria Miller MP has been confirmed as the new Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport following Jeremy Hunt’s promotion earlier today to Secretary of State for Health.

Henley business school

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.

UK Music unveils the great British festivals map

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.

UK Music welcomes Richard Hooper’s report into copyright

31st July 2012

‘Copyright Works’ by Richard Hooper CBE and Dr Ros Lynch recommends measures aimed at streamlining copyright licensing in the digital age.

BPI announces trade mission to Australia

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.

PPL announces the introduction of the ‘eligible studio producer form’

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.

UK Music Summer Reception 2012

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.

UK Music publishes new oliver & ohlbaum research

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.

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