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Spotify, Apple and Amazon to face questions from MPs in music streaming inquiry
Committee to take evidence from Spotify, Amazon and Apple into their inquiry on Economics of music streaming
17 February 2021
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MPs call in Minister over failure to reach agreement with EU on visa-free touring
Digital and Culture Minister Caroline Dinenage to be questioned about the Government’s handling of negotiations with the EU
11 February 2021
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Committee to question online platforms as part of their inquiry on the economics of music streaming
Online platforms YouTube, Twitch and SoundCloud to face questions from MPs
08 February 2021
Committee announces evidence session on arrangements for UK touring professionals and artists in the EU
Committee to host an evidence session after a petition calling on the Government to negotiate visa-free work permits for touring professionals and artists received over 282,000 signatures
03 February 2021
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Independent record sector questioned on impact of streaming
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee will hear from Beggars Group, Jazz Re:freshed and AIM.
29 January 2021
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MPs to hear from Notting Hill Carnival on the importance of festivals to local communities
Committee to take evidence from Notting Hill Carnival on the importance of festivals to local communities
28 January 2021
MPs to discuss petition relating to arrangements for UK musicians in the EU
Committee schedules an e-petition session to discuss a petition relating to arrangements for UK Musicians in the EU
26 January 2021
Body image: Committee to hear evidence from Caroline Dinenage and Nadine Dorries
Committee to hear evidence from Caroline Dinenage and Nadine Dorries on their inquiry into body image
26 January 2021
Decisions of the Committee, 19 January 2021
On 19 January 2021 the Committee considered all e-petitions which had reached over 10,000 signatures and received a Government response, or had received a revised response.
22 January 2021
Information Commissioner questioned by DCMS Sub-committee
Elizabeth Denham will appear before the DCMS Sub-committee to discuss the ICO’s role in protecting individuals’ data privacy.
22 January 2021
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BBC spent over £1 million on fighting discrimination cases
Over £1 million have been spent on legal fees for tribunal claims brought by staff in equal pay and discrimination cases, the BBC has disclosed.
22 January 2021
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Committee publishes industry-wide evidence in music streaming inquiry
Committee publishes over 150 pieces of written evidence on their inquiry, Economics of music streaming
21 January 2021
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Facebook, Google, Snapchat, TikTok and Twitter questioned on Online Harms
The Home Affairs Committee explores the use of social media by organised crime groups to facilitate illegal activity
19 January 2021
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Facebook, Sky News and Reuters questioned on data transparency and accountability
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee examines how traditional and new media outlets use data to report on Covid-19
18 January 2021
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DCMS Committee approves appointment of Richard Sharp as next BBC Chair
MPs confirm the appointment of Richard Sharp as the new Chair of the BBC Board
15 January 2021
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