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TikTok's Ole Obermann, BBC's Lorna Clarke and Ghostpoet join TGE Conference line-up
Sony Music Australia sacks exec following harassment investigation
HMV boss upbeat as high street re-opens in England and Wales
Nike and MSCHF reach settlement over Lil Nas X's Satan Shoes
Kesha hopes new free speech laws in New York can help her defeat Dr Luke's defamation lawsuit
Maria Schneider criticises YouTube's repeat infringer policies in ongoing Content ID litigation
UK government reveals more about its Events Research Programme to
Katy Perry says Ninth Circuit should reject latest Dark Horse song-theft claims on Stairway grounds
Songwriter group pushes back on superstar artists demanding a copyright cut on songs they didn't co-write
Ivors Academy and Musicians' Union launch campaign against buyouts when music is commissioned for TV, film and ads
Court Of Appeal upholds ruling in majors v TuneIn case
Music industry welcomes commitments from Boris Johnson on addressing the post-Brexit touring problems
Government defends its refusal to provide COVID cancellation insurance for the festivals sector
Global record industry revenues grow 7.4% to $21.6 billion in COVID year
BPI stats show slowed growth for UK record label revenues in 2020
Major label dominance and making available back in the spotlight at final Parliamentary session on streaming
IPO and CMU launch new guide Music Copyright Explained
Paradigm sells its music division to Wasserman
Labour MP Harriet Harman puts forward ten point plan to secure visa-free EU touring for UK musicians
Songwriter groups call on Recording Academy to support campaign against minimum release commitments in publishing deals
Intellectual Property Office and CMU to launch new free copyright guide for the music community next week
MU and ISM call for more urgency from government over post-Brexit touring issues
CISAC readmits Spanish collecting society SGAE
Women in radio face sexism and career barriers in the workplace, new study concludes
Annual US diversity in music report concludes
Jay-Z sells
UK music industry welcomes extended COVID support schemes, but continues to call for government-backed insurance
SoundCloud announces shift to user-centric royalty distribution for its 100,000 independent creators
America's Re:Create Coalition calls for safe harbour reform that affects copyright owners not platforms
Live music industry calls for support in new UK budget, including previously rejected and