UK Music CEO welcomes ruling music recording and production can continue under restrictions
Jamie Njoku-Goodwin is appointed CEO of UK Music, the collective voice of the UK music industry.
UK Music publishes its 2020 Workforce Diversity Survey and a 10-point action plan.
Music contributed £5.8bn to the UK economy in 2019 but needs help to restore its growth because of Covid-19, industry leaders warned.
UK music businesses are invited on a trade mission to China.
Latest data on the UK music industry from the 2019 Music By Numbers Report.
World-class artists, innovation and an entrepreneurial workforce characterise the UK music industry.
China offers fresh inspiration for UK music acts
The Global Music Report from the IFPI estimates that global revenues in the music market grew by 9.7 per cent during 2018.
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British music exports are at their highest level since the turn of the millennium, led by the success of artists such as Ed Sheeran and R...
The 2018 BRITS feature record-breaking UK music acts.
Find out more about the unsigned acts on the British Beats hub
UK Music believes diversity is "not a option for music, it is a necessity".
There is great potential to build on international interest in the UK's musical heritage.
Sixteen per cent more people visited the UK from overseas for music tourism in 2014-15. Find out more.
UK Music's economic study reveals the UK Music Industry economic contribution rose 9% in 2013.
Find out how Plan B, the UK hip and R&B artist, used social media to launch his album.
Guitar virtuoso Newton Faulkner opened up the recording of his fourth album, "Studio Zoo", to a 24/7 live feed to social media - with enl...
This case study from the music section describes how London has been selected as the headquarters for the planned Global Repertoire Datab...
Data visualisation helped UK indie group, The XX, turn its second album into a global viral hit. Find out how.
How One Direction used social media to build interest in its second album.
Latest figures on the contribution made by the music industry to the UK economy.