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Join the MU and Ivors Academy for an #AskTheMU Fix Streaming Special

The MU is delighted to host a special #FixStreaming edition of its #AskTheMU Twitter Q&A with MU Deputy General Secretary Naomi Pohl and Ivors Academy CEO Graham Davies.

Published: 08 September 2020 | 12:00 AM Updated: 28 April 2021 | 4:31 PM
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A Twitter Q&A with MU Deputy General Secretary Naomi Pohl and Ivors Academy CEO Graham Davies.

MU Deputy General Secretary Naomi Pohl and Ivors Academy CEO Graham Davies will answer as many of your streaming questions as they can on Wednesday 16 September from 11:00 am. Tune in live on the MU’s Twitter feed @WeAreTheMU.

Ask your questions in advance on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Remember to use the hashtag #AskTheMU.

Campaigning to fix streaming

The MU and Ivors Academy are working together to fix streaming and keep music alive.

Over 16,000 people have signed the petition calling for an urgent Government review, and decision makers are taking notice.

MPs on Parliament’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee are backing our call, and the press is listening too. Pitchfork, Wired and more have looked at the #FixStreaming campaign, grassroots #BrokenRecord movement, and our collective push for real and meaningful change.

Add your voice to the call – sign the Fix Streaming petition now.

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Brexit Lobbying Update

An update following the debate held in Westminster Hall on enabling visa and work permit free travel for musicians in the EU, with renewed calls from MPs for the Government to sort out remaining issues for musicians.

Published: 23 November 2021

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