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Petition to Fix Streaming Receives Over 15,000 Signatures

Over 15,000 people have signed the petition to fix streaming and keep music alive. Your support for the campaign, calling on Government to urgently undertake a review of streaming, is already having an impact.

Published: 11 August 2020 | 12:00 AM Updated: 28 April 2021 | 4:31 PM
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An influential panel of MPs have recommended that the UK Government investigates the music streaming market. Photo credit: Shutterstock

Thanks to your collective call, backed by lobbying work by the MU and others, the cross-party Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee is calling on Government to investigate streaming.

And more people than ever before are talking about fair pay and streaming, on social media and in the press. Highlights include:

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Add your voice to the call – sign the petition to #FixStreaming and keep music alive.

Already signed the petition? Ask four friends to sign it too. If everyone reading this asks four friends to sign the petition today, we could get to 75,000 signatures overnight.

The more people who sign the petition to #FixStreaming and keep music alive, the stronger our collective call.

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Famous names including Alistair McGowan and journalist Cathy Newman, as well as award-winning songwriters, playwrights and other prominent figures in the music industry, have signed an open letter in support of the Young RWCMD programme at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

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