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Digital Burnout Report

The MMF noticed a large number of members expressing their personal experiences with digital burnout. Mark Mulligan of Midia also published this piece, and most recently Rhian Jones wrote about digital burnout on artists in The Guardian. In response to this surge, to better understand and help find solutions, the MMF held two roundtables with over 40 managers on digital burnout. This report outlines the findings of the roundtables.


Music Manager’s Guide to Mental Health 2021

The Music Managers Forum (MMF) have re-published The MMF Guide To Mental Health 2021, updating a free online resource originally made available in 2017 in partnership with music charities Music Support and Help Musicians.


Managing Expectations 2021

In December 2021, the MMF published the second part of their Managing Expectations series, focussing this time on producer and songwriter management. The new edition comes at a time of intense focus around this specific sector of the business – including ongoing debates around streaming revenue splits for songwriters, the rise of new-generation publishing companies, the investment boom in audio-visual content, or the growing recognition by financial markets of song catalogues as an “asset class”.

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Visit Take it Away for more information on Loans/Investment

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UK Funding Summary

UK Funding Summary – provided by the Live group with an overview of all the music funding options.

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Meet The Funders members session

The notes from our Meet The Funders members session are available here

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Managing Expectations 2019

Our 2019 report ‘Managing Expectations’ is underpinned by a survey of more than 180 music managers as well as in-depth interviews conducted by Music Ally’s Eamonn Forde with managers representing acts including The 1975, Gorillaz, Mumford & Sons, Robbie Williams, J Hus, Little Simz, Nick Cave, The xx, Blue Lab Beats, Two Door Cinema Club and Bill Ryder-Jones.


The Economics of Streaming Debate

The Economics of Streaming Debate – by the CMU

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