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Cliff Dane Cliff Dane, a chartered accountant, was primarily responsible for the chapters on Recording, Music Composition and Publishing, Music Retailing and Distribution and Live Performance non-classical.
He is the Chairman of Media Research Publishing Limited and the author and publisher of two annual financial surveys on the music industry, Rock Accounts and The UK Record Industry Annual Survey. He is also the Finance Director of an independent record label, Snapper Music plc, having previously been a founding director of another significant independent music group, Castle Communications plc.
He has worked on three previous industry surveys on the economic significance of the music industry, Overseas Earnings of the Music Industry (1995), for British Invisibles and The Value of Music (1996) and A Sound Performance (1999) for the National Music Council.
Kate Manton Kate Manton is a freelance researcher who has worked on a variety of projects including the regional studies for the Economic Importance of the Arts series, the Cultural Trends series, the Artstat statistical volume for the Arts Council of England, A Sound Performance for the National Music Council and the ‘Profile of the Performing Arts’ section in The UK Cultural Sector for the Policy Studies Institute.
The National Music Council seeks to celebrate and promote the value of and enjoyment of music which contributes, in all its forms, to the cultural, spiritual, educational, social and economic well-being of the United Kingdom.
A membership organisation embracing all sectors of the music industry, it recognises the vital interrelationships that exist between such sectors and aims to:
Provide networking opportunities for Members and other stakeholders and to facilitate and improve the exchange and sharing of information of relevance to their concerns;
Provide a debating forum for Members and other stakeholders and the mechanisms for issues to be prioritised and, when appropriate, pursued and resolved;
Provide the means for informing and influencing decision-makers and those other stakeholders upon whom the music industry depends, and for raising the public profile of music.
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