Despite bipartisan support and rallying from all corners of the music world, Oregon Senator Ron Wyden opposes the bill.
The GRAMMY winner met with a bipartisan and bicameral group of law makers to talk about the CASE Act, AM-FM Act and other issues impacting music creators.
U.S. Copyright Office's day-long event kicked off with two timely discussions on improving the process of paying creators for their work – find out who spoke up for music makers
Read what music people are saying about the new bipartisan bill promising to "give artists control over what is rightfully theirs, their music.”
From the newly introduced AM-FM Act to the implementation of the MMA and more, here's a look at what music creators can be grateful for and what work is left to be done.
The bipartisan and bicameral bill seeks to empower music creators and take a stand against broadcasters using music without permission or compensation
The newly formed Mechanical Licensing Collective has a budget to operate MMA-mandated database, and the Copyright Office sets December symposium.
The 20th Latin GRAMMYs Made History In Las Vegas last night – here's a look at some of the Latin music communities most active advocates for creators' rights.
American radio uses music without permission from—or compensation of—recording artists.
Lawmakers, music professionals and the creative community weigh in with the truth on how the bill could immediately benefit those who it designed to protect.
A look inside the Los Angeles Chapter Governor and super producer's staggering history in music and contributions to creators' rights
Learn how the latest Recording Academy initiative to #GiveCredit is supported by the year-round work of its Advocacy efforts to champion music creators' rights.
Three weeks after District Advocate day, legislation that will simplify and streamline copyright enforcement for independent creators moves one step closer to becoming law.
A year after the Music Modernization Act was passed, political leaders and musicians celebrate and call for continued unity as music creators’ rights “don’t fall on party lines.”
In the months since the MMA was passed, pre-'72 artists have begun to receive royalties, already north of $10 million.