New Media Law is delighted to report that it will, together with Peter Jenner (General Secretary of the IMMF), be meeting with Lord Clement-Jones - the Liberal Democrat peer that is currently promoting the “Live Music” bill - at the House of Lords on April 26th, to present the concept of the “music charge” to the UK Government.  

Watch this space!

See: http://www.musictank.co.uk/resources/speaker-biographies/peter-jenner

See: http://bedfordlibdems.org/en/article/2011/456672/live-music-bill-will-benefit-hundreds-of-small-venue-owners-clement-jones

One Response to “UPDATE - SAVING MUSIC”

  1. New Media Law News » Blog Archive » ISP Ordered to block website that enables copyright infringement – UK first Says:

    […] Thus New Media Law still proposes the “Music Charge” – which can easily be expanded to a “Content Charge” (to include films, TV, books and magazines and other content which is being stolen online).  See our posting of April 2011: http://wp.newmedialaw.biz/?p=37  And the subsequent update: http://wp.newmedialaw.biz/?p=38 […]

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