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Artist Leveraging Tax: An Update

Date: 10 Feb 2016
As reported at the UK Music Board meeting, some progress has been made in terms of clarifying whether the rules on averaging profits for literary and artist work applies to recording music artists. Following an initial......

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MMF Publishing Programme: Dates for 2016

Date: 03 Jan 2016
The dates for the MMF Music Publishing Professional Development Programme 2016 are as follows:   PROGRAMME STRUCTURE & CONTENT SUMMARY BOOK NOW   Module 1: Monday 18th January 2016 The Journey of a Song/Composition:......

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Associate News



Interesting Information From Our Associate BandPage

Date: 20 Aug 2015
The Direct to Fan market in continually evolving. BandPage have just published their impressive results from working with Rhapsody in the USA. Read the Billboard article here or the Full Report below:  BandPage Rhapsody......

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Events



MMF Induction Day – 1st March

Date: 29 Jan 2016
Our next MMF Induction Day is now booking for 1st March 2016. This popular 1 day course is taught by Jon Webster and Erik Nielsen and covers the essentials of music management including marketing, digital and promotion,......

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RECOMMENDED READING



Has your act performed or recorded at the BBC?

Date: 04 Feb 2016
Last week at Indie Con we bumped into Simon Gurney, the Licensing & Synchronisation Manager from BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm and subsidiary of the BBC. If you manage an act who has performed at the BBC - whether......

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