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SXSW Austin Member Briefing 2024

A short members session in discussion with Dev Sherlock, the SXSW Music Festival Programme for artists from the UK, IE, AUS and NZ.

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EMMA Market Spotlight: Norway

The video of EMMA's Spotlight on Norway. Their guest speakers offered valuable insights about Norwegian music industry, highlighting the live scene, festivals, collaborations, and trends in genres.

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MMF Brand Partnerships Event with Simpatico

In this session Gary Cohen - CEO of artist and brand partnership agency Simpatico - discussed the overall brand landscape in 2024, what managers should look out for when assessing brand offers and how working with brands can open up new and long-term revenue streams for artists.

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Music NXTGEN: Croydon – Education Pack

Everything you need to know before Music NXTGEN: Croydon on 12th February.

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BBC Introducing Update February 2024

A February update from BBC Music Introducing, a platform dedicated to discovering and supporting new music.

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UK Voluntary Code of Good Practice on Transparency in Music Streaming

The UK Intellectual Property Office published a transparency code that has been agreed by the music industry, which the Council of Music Makers have been involved in developing.

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Women & Equalities Select Committee – Misogyny in Music Report

The findings of the report make important but difficult reading, and the Committee has made 28 recommendations covering a wide range of issues - including a proposal that music managers, studios, venues and security staff should be subject to mandatory licensing requirements.

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MMF Research Report Breakdown January 2024

Recently the MMF held a session with our Board summarising key audience insights for music managers from publicly available research. The session resulted in the production of an overview document, highlighting key takeaways from recent industry reports. 

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Women in CTRL ‘Seat at the Table’ Report

In a landmark moment for the UK music industry,  the launch by Women in CTRL of their 2024 Seat at the Table report marks a pivotal turning point as representation of women on UK music trade association boards has risen to 52%. This reflects substantial progress since the inaugural 2020 report, where women held just 32% of seats.

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