The cross-party committee for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has published its report into the enquiry about the failure of streaming income to filter down to the originators of music, and the record industry’s big-hitters have come out as villains.
Replying to a question from CHORALLY at the recent CogX conference the BBC’s new chairman, Richard Sharp, said that he wasn’t concerned about government interference because the BBC was set up so this can’t happen
Guitarist, composer, producer and music teacher Nile Rodgers is one of the world’s most respected musical mentors, but his lesser-known philanthropic work with young entrepreneurs is something he learned as a young member of the Black Panther Party
Nile Rogers, Robert Downey Junior, Sir Andre Geim and UK Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden are among a host of VIPs speaking at the fifth CogX Global Leadership Summit and Festival of AI and Transformational Technology. CHORALLY readers are offered a free Premium Virtual Pass worth £345
Sir Elton John has posted an open statement on social media slamming the failure of British Brexit negotiator Lord David Frost and the UK government to appreciate or address the crisis the Brexit deal has caused music touring.