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MU members urged to contribute to UK Music research into the music industry's contribution to the economy

Last year 900 composers, musicians and songwriters in the UK took part in an economic survey run by UK Music. These responses were a key input to Measuring Music, UK Music's study on the economic contribution of music.

Last year 900 composers, musicians and songwriters in the UK took part in an economic survey run by UK Music. These responses were a key input to Measuring Music, UK Music's study on the economic contribution of music.

If we are to secure from government the best deal for composers, musicians, and songwriters, as well as the wider music industry, we need accurate measurement of the industry's economic contribution, for which this survey is vital.

We are therefore encouraging MU members to complete UK Music’s latest survey.

The survey covers other issues relevant to public policy but some questions are optional. All responses will be treated in the strictest confidence and only reported in a combined, anonymous way.

It should not take long to complete and the first 1000 respondents - providing that they can supply valid membership details of BASCA, the MU or PRS - will receive £10 of iTunes vouchers to thank them for their input.

Complete the survey.

If you have any questions or queries about the survey please direct them to Jonathan Todd at UK Music: jonathan.todd@ukmusic.org


Published: 04/03/2015
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