BPI argue streaming already works better, label cuts are diminishing artist profits

During an ongoing inquiry by the UK government into the economics of the still-fairly-fresh music streaming model, the BPI have claimed that streaming may already be an improvement on physical and warn against too radical an upheaval.

BPI reveals that Brits love streaming music, streaming over 1bn songs a week

2016 was undoubtedly music streaming’s biggest year ever and now that the year is over we can start looking at just how massive it was, starting with how much the British love it. Music sales…

Streaming Accounts For Over 1/4 Of Album Chart Sales In UK – New BPI Report Reveals

The British Phonographic Industry (BPI) have revealed new data that shows 27.3% of “chart-eligible album sales” and 66.4% of the “chart-eligible single sales” came from music streaming. When we say chart-eligible that’s because the UK…

New Study Finds Music Streamers Are Still Buying Music

A new study has found that music streamers are still buying music, despite claims that say music streaming is killing music sales. The study conducted by the British Phonograph Industry (BPI) and the Entertainment Retailers…