A new competition regime designed to rein in the dominance and power of platforms such as Google and Facebook has been announced.
The current streaming system threatens the future of music in the UK, Elbow frontman Guy Garvey has warned.
Singer-songwriter Nadine Shah has said her earnings from streams alone are not enough to keep “the wolf away from the door”.
Spectators are set to return to sports venues in lower-risk areas once the national lockdown ends on December 2.
The coronavirus crisis has made it clear that artists receive “pretty horrific” sums of money from streams of their music, Gomez singer Tom Gray has said.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday announced a lifting of lockdown restrictions from December 2 which will see some fans allowed to return to elite sporting events and the resumption of grassroots sport.
MPs say they want to hear about “every meeting, every call and every email” between the Premier League and the EFL over the coronavirus rescue package.
Sports suffering from the absence of spectators due to the coronavirus pandemic are set to receive a combined £300million as part of the Government’s ‘Winter Survival Package’.
MPs have voiced support for making theme parks more inclusive after a five-year-old boy in a wheelchair was left “humiliated” during a family trip to Legoland.
The Premier League sought “urgent advice” from the Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jonathan Van-Tam in the wake of Nottingham Forest owner Evangelos Marinakis becoming infected with coronavirus, the PA news agency has discovered.
MPs are to examine the plight of music festivals in the UK after Covid-19 restrictions led to widespread cancellations across the year.
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee chair Julian Knight has warned Premier League and EFL bosses they will be expected to provide regular public updates on how bailout talks are progressing.
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters says there can be no “blank cheque” to bail out the EFL.
Grassroots sports will be among the first areas of society to reopen once it is deemed safe, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said on Thursday.
A campaign has been launched by the National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) to stop a collection of rare maps which chart the defeat of the Spanish Armada from being sold overseas.
Elite sport will continue in England despite the government announcing a second national lockdown.
Millwall have defended their decision to allow fans into hospitality areas to watch matches on television, with the Londoners saying they and other clubs “have been left to fend for themselves” during the coronavirus crisis.
Project Big Picture proposals were “laced with bribes” to EFL clubs, according to an MP who has called for a parliamentary debate about the future of football.
Doubts over the Government’s ambitious pledge on gigabit-capable broadband deepened on Tuesday after the minister responsible for its roll-out failed to say how confident he felt about making the 2025 target.
Zippos Circus, Somerset House and the Military Wives Choir are to receive a share of £76 million of Government funding for arts organisations.
MPs are to examine the impact of streaming giants such as Spotify and Apple Music on the music industry.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden accepts there is a growing sense of frustration at the ban on live crowds at sporting events, but insists there can be no change until the spread of coronavirus is curbed.
Arts organisations from a traditional circus to a museum which served as a location for Downton Abbey have been given government grants of up to £1 million.
EFL chairman Rick Parry has insisted Liverpool, Manchester United and the rest of the Premier League’s so-called big six are not attempting to enrich themselves through Project Big Picture.
Liverpool’s famous Cavern Club, Bristol’s Old Vic theatre and the London Symphony Orchestra are among more than 1,300 arts venues and organisations to receive up to £1 million each as a share of £257 million of state funding.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden is set to be asked about the return of spectators to sports venues when he appears before MPs next week, the PA news agency understands.
The Government has not listened enough to technology companies in the effort to get spectators back into venues, according to the boss of the firm which ran a successful pilot event last month.
Twenty gender discrimination cases are outstanding at the BBC, the new director-general has said.
The BBC is to publish new guidelines under which it could suspend employees’ Twitter accounts, the new director-general has said.
Clubs in the EFL and National League are preparing to cease playing and wind up their operations after the return of spectators was delayed, the Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has been warned.