The fourth edition of PRS for Music’s Adding Up the UK music industry paper explores the value of the music industry and its income streams for 2011.
Report by PRS for Music showing the ‘big numbers’ for the music industries in 2008.
A guide providing practical advice for festival and other event organisers in order that they can celebrate the best of fresh, delicious and sustainable food.
Survey by AIF and Buckinghamshire New University into audience attitudes towards the environmental impact of the events they attend.
A study that conducts a comparative life cycle carbon audit to examine the environmental burdens of ticketing options. It adopts a holistic perspective and models each activity involved in the ticketing life cycle – from ticket printing and email creation to delivery and processing.
An examination of the possible motivations, and practical aspects, of late arrival on stage at rock gigs and the ‘expectant void’ that it leaves for the audience.
Arts Council England sets out its investment strategy for music for 2012-2015.
Paper describing a mapping project in Liverpool which argues that live music shapes and is shaped by the urban culture within which it exists.
A working paper on how concert etiquette intersects with the economics of prestige and social status, and how their implications for audiences and society.
An updated edition of the first truly comprehensive history of British jazz, covering American and British musicians and with additional photos and updated text.