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UK Music Downloads Could Face Price Hike

Edd Harris - 25th March 2014

Currently over 34,000 UK digital music distributors choose to site offices in Luxembourg to both competitively price downloads and to take advantage of a tax levy that allows these platforms to pay less tax. At the time of writing, in the UK, homeland businesses have to pay a fixed 20% tax to the government, |whereas a business sited in Luxembourg is subject to their own national tax of 15%. Even if these platforms only operate within the UK, our national government issues a 5% tax levy...

Article: #taxloopmusichike

UK Music Downloads Could Face Price Hike Amid Loophole Closure

Google Pins Piracy on Pricing and Availability

TPAWB Contributor - 19th March 2014

This is not the first time Google have been in the news recently. They were in the news last year, when they stated that their main philosophy was to crack down on torrent sites that infringe the original works. However, this year, this is a philosophy that is being challenged by the IFPI. Google's answer to not being able to demote links, which may be affiliated with the torrent sites is, apparently down to an "availability and pricing problem". Google said that downloading music…

Article: #googlepricingpiracy

Google Pins Piracy on Pricing and Availability of Downloads

NME’s Printed Media Sales Continue To Drop

Chris Pavey - 16th February 2014

For as far back as you can remember, printed media was the go-to source for information, news, and of course we can’t forget the latest celebrity gossip. However, as we have now moved into the era of instant news at out finger tips, as well as most of it being free, is it fair to say that printed media of all genres has a sell by date on them that is rapidly running out. Last week the news broke that NME, one of the largest music magazines, reported that their sales dipped below 20,000 copies a month during…

Article: #nmeprintdrop

NME's Printed Media Sales Continue To Drop

Historic Manchester Live Music Venue Under Threat

Edd Harris - 16th January 2014

Manchester, a wonderful city for live music in the UK, has, for the past number of weeks, come under fire from an apparent ‘misplaced’ resident who knowingly moved into the blast radius of one of the cities most historically respected venues – ‘Night and Day’. After surviving several months living above this aptly named establishment, this nameless resident finally called in the cities environmental health team after believing that the owners cranked up the evening volume to appease their customers…

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