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This development means Malawi is now among the growing list of countries to deploy a private copying levy, a government-mandated scheme in which a special tax is charged on purchases of recordable media such as blank CDs, hard drives and memory sticks.
Traditional music fans are in for a treat as Belfast’s Trad Fest returns for its third incarnation this summer across all four corners of the city. A launch event at Bullitt Hotel, which brought together performers, music lovers and key sponsors, revealed a week-long series of events, sessions and masterclasses. The festival will be the only one of its kind in the North and brings together both the Irish and the Ulster-Scots musical traditions, in a shared celebration of culture and heritage.
The Slot- og Kulturstyrelsen is now submitting a draft executive order on the provision of a new digital radio channel in consultation. The new channel will have a focus on the cultural area.
How a small company with a big dream beat out heavy hitters like Google and Amazon for the coveted top-level domain extension.
On April 12, at 12:00 pm, Yerevan State University of Architecture and Construction T. Tchaikovsky Secondary School of Music. A solemn ceremony will be held to give musical instruments to musical and art schools students at the Hall after Hayrapetyan / Yeznik Koghbatsi. The instruments were acquired by the program "Acquisition of musical instruments for musical and art schools of the Republic of Armenia" in 2018.
Indonesian rock star turned music industry advocate, Irfan Aulia, wants his country’s music industry to win by integrating technology and creativity. To do so, he backs the blockchain. He is supported by a government which has made the creative economy a priority.