BPI response to CMA interim report on music & streaming market study

Geoff Taylor, Chief Executive BPI: "We welcome the CMA's preliminary findings."

London, 26th July 2022 BPI comment in response to CMA interim report on music & streaming market study.

Geoff Taylor, Chief Executive BPI said:

“We welcome the CMA’s preliminary findings, which have concluded that the streaming market is competitive, providing artists with more ways to release their music, and fans with more choice and value than ever before.  We and our many and varied record label members are focused on investing in British artists, building their global fanbases, and sustaining the continued success of British music. We will continue to engage with the CMA and government to help ensure that the streaming market works to the benefit of artists, songwriters, record companies and fans.”


BPI represents the UK’s recorded music industry. We champion the interests of our membership which includes more than 400 independent music companies. Together, BPI’s members account for 85% of all music sold in the United Kingdom.