UK Music’s deputy chief executive Tom Kiehl has written to MP Chris Skidmore following the Government’s announcement that it has ‘no plans’ to implement the EU Copyright Directive following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU on 31 January.
The UK’s live music sector has welcomed news that the Government will slash business rates by 50 percent for small and medium sized grassroots music venues.
Following last year’s success in modernising copyright laws for the digital age, the government has made clear it has no plans to implement the Copyright Directive in light of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU on 31 January.
Culture Minister Nigel Adams has revealed Government plans for a new music strategy to ensure the UK’s music industry remains ‘the envy of the world,’ while pledging to support the UK’s ‘brilliant creators.’
The Association of Independent Music (AIM) has announced the full line-up for AIM Connected, which will take place on 4 February at Kings Place, London.
The outgoing UK Music chief executive Michael Dugher has called on the prime minister Boris Johnson to ensure the music industry is safeguarded against any departmental overhaul.
In a letter to the prime minister, UK Music’s deputy chief executive Tom Kiehl has urged Boris Johnson to secure a trade deal and copyright changes to support the music industry.
UK Music’s chief executive Michael Dugher has welcomed the prime minister’s plans to overhaul business rates for music venues, which were laid out in the Queens Speech today (Thursday).
The dispute between TikTok and ICE has been withdrawn from the Copyright Tribunal, Music Week reports.
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