Stephen Navin leaves the UK's Music Publishers' Association


The CEO of the MPA in the UK, Stephen Navin, has resigned. He left the organisation in June, after the Association's AGM. Stephen has decided to take up an offer to study history at Oxford University.

Recently Stephen was in Australia for the APRA Song Summit where he gave a keynote address that inspired, confused and amused the audience in equal parts. He was a great supporter and spokesperson for the music publishing industry and a towering personality in the British music industry.

He can be seen and heard presenting the MPA's series of videos explaining music publishing here