Put the value of music back where it belongs – in the hands of music makers

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Over 5000 musicians and songwriters back Fix Streaming petition

Thank you for signing the petition to fix streaming! You are one of more than 5,000 people backing the call so far. The more signatures we get, the stronger our collective call. Spread the word Ask everyone you know to sign the petition too. Not sure what to say? Here are a few ideas to get you started: Together we can #FixStreaming and #KeepMusicAlive. Sign the petition to add your voice to the call https://www.change.org/p/boris-johnson-put-the-value-of-music-back-where-it-belongs-in-the-hands-of-music-makers  It’s time to put the value of music back where it belongs – in the hands of music makers. Sign the petition to #FixStreaming and #KeepMusicAlive https://www.change.org/p/boris-johnson-put-the-value-of-music-back-where-it-belongs-in-the-hands-of-music-makers Did you see the news… Over 150 artists including Annie Lennox, Paul McCartney, Kano, and Kate Bush made headlines calling on Government to fix streaming. Our letter to the Prime Minister Boris Johnson calls on Government to put the value of music back where it belongs – in your hands. The joint letter was produced by the Musicians’ Union and The Ivors Academy as part of our Fix Streaming campaign, in partnership with Broken Record led by Tom Gray. And it was covered by The Telegraph, Guardian, The Times, BBC News, Rolling Stone, CBS News and many more. Together we can fix streaming and keep music alive Signing petitions is a great first step to creating change. How do we know? Because we’ve done it before. This is the second petition in our campaign to fix streaming. You might have signed the first – it called for a Government review into streaming. And it worked. Find out more about the Fix Streaming campaign so far. Until next time… Thank you from the whole Keep Music Alive team at The Ivors Academy and Musicians’ Union.

Keep Music Alive
1 year ago