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Licensing news from UK Parliament.

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Representatives for music labels and musicians questioned on Economics of Music Streaming
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee examines how the Government, music industry, and musicians have responded to the Committee’s report
11 November 2022
Flaws in the licensing system remain unresolved, says new Lords report
The House of Lords Liaison Committee publishes its sixth follow-up report.
11 July 2022
Digital radio network licences should be renewed automatically under new legislation
Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee publishes report on Legislative Reform (Renewal of National Radio Multiplex Licences) Order
18 March 2022
Further submissions on National Lottery competition process invited
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee invites submissions on competition process
16 March 2022
Government accepts key Committee recommendation to refer major music groups to Competition and Markets Authority
Economics of Music Streaming Report acknowledged as a ‘key moment for the music industry’
22 September 2021
MPs examine competition process for next operator of National Lottery
Committee looks into the licencing competition process for the National Lottery
26 July 2021
Committee publish report on the future of public service broadcasting
Government has left itself with no options on BBC licence fee, warn MPs
25 March 2021
Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill completes passage through Parliament
Members discuss definition of leases and Electronic Communications Code
05 March 2021
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
MPs call in top record labels Sony, Warner and Universal in music streaming inquiry
Committee to question major record labels as part of inquiry into the economics of music streaming
14 January 2021
Chair comment's on today’s publication of BBC Group Annual Report and Accounts 2019/20
Value for money a key issue in light of alternative streaming services, increases to pay of on-air talent and number of executives paid over £150,000 a year
15 September 2020
Time to act to reduce gambling-related harm, says Lords report
Select Committee on the Social and Economic Impact of the Gambling Industry publishes report on 2 July 2020
02 July 2020
Facebook answers questions on response to hate speech and moderation
Democracy and Digital Technologies Committee will meet on Tuesday 17 March at 10.30am
16 March 2020
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