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UK Music launches 2024 survey to better understand creators' economic contribution

UK Music has launched a new survey seeking to amass data on creators’ earnings in 2023 in order calculate the music industry’s economic contribution to the UK last year.

The trade body says the information is vital to policymakers and will help UK Music and its members argue for greater support for creators to Government. The economic contribution will be published in UK Music’s annual This Is Music report in autumn.

The This Is Music Creators’ Survey is open to anyone who is a full-time or part-time professional music creator. This includes artists, musicians, composers, songwriters, lyricists, singers, producers or engineers.

UK Music represents AIM, BPI, FAC, The Ivors Academy, MMF, MPA, MPG, Musicians’ Union, PPL and PRS for Music.

Just filling in the survey enters you into a prize draw where you could win one of several fantastic prize: a £100 Amazon voucher, a £100 GAK music store voucher or a £100 PMT music store voucher.

The data is being collected on behalf of UK Music by AudienceNet. For more information on how your data will be handled see the statement at the top of the survey.

You can complete the survey here.