Remi Harris, author of Easy Money? published by MusicTank, gives her top tips on where to locate music industry funding.
Leanne Page is the founder of The Starling Sessions, an initiative that offers artist development through industry tailored courses and tuition. Here, she talks us through the fundamentals that any songwriter or composer should consider when building their business nous.
An essential guide to getting your music onto TV and radio, and earning money from it.
As Kickstarter prepares for its UK launch find out what fan funding sites can do for you.
A free session aimed at demystifying music publishing and helping songwriters identify revenue streams will take place in Sunderland on 17 May. Attendees will get the opportunity to learn from the expert knowledge and experiences of guest speakers. Apply here.
Did you know there are three royalty collection societies in North America for songwriters? They are The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), Broadcast Music Inc (BMI) and SESAC.
If you've performed a gig in the US and want to receive any royalties you are owed as soon as possible, it's a good idea to register your live performance details with PRS for Music as soon as possible after the event using the On-Line Live Reporting process on the PRS for Music website.
If you are looking for funding for your music project, the deadlines for the PRS for Music Foundation's Festivals, New Works, Organisations, Performance Groups and Promoters grants come at 6pm on the following dates:
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