Do YouTube need to change their ways when it comes to paying musicians?

News: 21st September 2017 by Louise Dodgson under Media, Record Labels

Whilst the 'Measuring Music' report unveiled by UK Music yesterday showed growth in the live music sector, but the music industry and musicians and songwriters could be even better off if tech giants such as YouTube would pay them more fairly. This is something which UK Music's CEO Michael Dugher is fighting to address and this article in The Independent (see link below) discusses why the 'value gap' of royalties paid by the likes of YouTube needs to be tackled.

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