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Brighton Dome has been participating in 5G Festival trials to test new technology that could revolutionise the festival experience. Donna Close shares the findings.
After a nine-month-long inquiry, MPs have recommended "a complete reset" of music streaming to better compensate creators. What could a new model look like?
A major collection society says the levy could provide up to £300m per year. What would it look like and how would it work?
Jude Kelly shares how a group dedicated to the experience of live congregational events transformed into techies in a two-month turnaround.
A lack of infrastructure and interaction with audiences are pressing issues for artists streaming live - but monetisation remains the most major concern.
As Covid-19 has pushed culture online, Danielle Child, Karen Gray, Harry Weeks and John Wright examine how arts and cultural organisations have attempted to make the digital more social.
The royalties society says the rate, already more than double that levied on in-person shows, is "discounted" from a permanent rate it is yet to announce.
Stage side seats have historically been free to cheap, so why are we rushing to return to restricted view seating? Fiona English makes the case for continuing digital access.
BBC cuts prompt an internal restructuring that will link classical music with arts and factual programming and remove a layer of experienced management.
Inquiry offers little hope of a copyright regime change to ensure equitable remuneration for artists any time soon.
With a smartphone and a bit of carboard, museums’ aspirations for immersive experiences can reach astrological heights, writes Kaitlin Fritz.
Making digital connections to create immersive work played to all our strengths, Sarah Ellis writes.
The UK City of Culture year will press ahead with a full calendar of festivals and events from May 15 - two days before the Government's 'no earlier than' date for live shows.
Can a regional theatre make money from online productions? Kelly Johnson says you have to weigh your options and ask for help.
Purposeful and ethical deaccessioning has funded a digital transformation that is giving a small, London museum a sustainable long-term future, global reach and wider community engagement. David Glasser tells the story.
Covid-19 has proved that what worked back then won’t work now. Patrick Towell says true innovation requires attention, collaboration, and a sense for ideas that can be scaled up for success.
The greater success of some arts organisations boils down to a few key ingredients. Money isn’t one of them, writes Ash Mann.
Heidi Wiley and Hélène Gauthier share how they created a virtual venue - and why they think this provides a model for the future.
A temporary change to its controversial fees has received both a warm welcome and a cold shoulder.