Progress report on UK Economics of Music Streaming Recommendations

 This Kat visiting Parliament 
Readers will remember that the UK Economics of Music Streaming Inquiry [full Kat coverage here] took place last year. The DCMS Select Committee Report following the Inquiry made several recommendations, and the government responded with general agreement and action for further steps. 

On Tuesday 15th November, the DCMS Select Committee called together music industry experts and stakeholders (including this Kat!) to examine the progress of these actions. You can watch the two panels in the economics of music streaming follow-up here

For ease of update, this Kat has compiled the table below, which sets out what the DCMS Select Committee Economics of Streaming Report recommended, how the government responded and the current progress in each area. 

Progress report on UK Economics of Music Streaming Recommendations Progress report on UK Economics of Music Streaming Recommendations Reviewed by Hayleigh Bosher on Monday, November 28, 2022 Rating: 5


  1. Progress column exactly as expected. I love the subtle sarcasm! :-D Jokes aside, the lack of progress is frustrating.


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