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New Year message from The Ivors Academy CEO, Graham Davies

Read our New Year message from The Ivors Academy CEO and find out how we're supporting our creator community.

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The Ivors Academy calls for regulation of Major Music Intermediaries

The Academy has published its written submission to the DCMS Select Committee inquiry into the economics of music streaming.

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8 out of 10 music creators earn less than £200 a year from streaming

Creators’ earnings from streaming contrasts with the three overseas major music groups reporting combined streaming revenues of $4.4bn so far this year.

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Poll: How much does streaming pay?

Take 3 minutes to complete our poll about how much streaming pays. You will help us make a strong case to Government and industry about why we need to Fix Streaming.

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Have your say in Select Committee Inquiry on music streaming

MPs on the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee want to know how the economics of music streaming are affecting you.

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Streaming Inquiry frequently asked questions

Have you got a question about the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee inquiry into the economics of music streaming? Take a look at these FAQs.

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Your guide to giving evidence to the Music Streaming Inquiry

Take a look at our tips on what the inquiry is looking for, making your case as strong as possible, and ideas that we think will fix streaming and keep music alive.

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Government inquiry into music streaming announced

Following campaigning by the Academy, the Musicians' Union and music creators the DCMS Select Committee has announced it will hold an inquiry into streaming.

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Significant public support for streaming reform in YouGov survey for the #BrokenRecord campaign

Consumers want creators and performers to receive more money from music streaming and will accept higher subscriptions if the system is reformed.

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