Karyn A. Temple
"Casey Kasem and AT40 did not kill local radio. But more consolidation and national programming will." –Conversations In Advocacy #63
The Recording Academy filed comments with the Department Of Justice on their ASCAP and BMI Consent Decrees – here's what it means for putting money in songwriters' pockets.
The two-time GRAMMY-winner will work with the Recording Academy to unite artists, songwriters and producers with Congress to discuss key issues for music creators
Recording Academy members and non-members can participate in the largest grassroots music advocacy movement of the year, set to take place Oct. 2 all over the U.S.
The large-scale "Dark Horse" copyright case reminds us of the necessity of the CASE Act's small claims process and its invaluable protections for all.
The Senate Committee on the Judiciary held an I.P. Subcommittee hearing to find out where the U.S. Copyright Office stands with its many efforts to modernize - here's what they learned…
From his vision to make Advocacy a Recording Academy pillar to his tireless work toward enacting the Music Modernization Act, Portnow's contributions will continue to improve the livelihoods of music creators for generations to come.
The bill that creates small claims process for copyright holders wins one more battle in the fight for creators' rights – here's how you can help it keep going.
With the CASE Act headed to the Senate Judiciary Committee for mark-up next week, learn how you can take action in support of creators' rights.
Ahead of schedule, the U.S. Copyright Office chooses who will run the MLC and recognizes the Academy's helpful input through the selection process.
As America celebrates her independence, here are a few simple ways you can improve the livelihoods of those who soundtrack our lives.
Today's House Judiciary Committee hearing touched on crucial copyright matters such as setting up the MLC for success, passing the CASE Act, and more.
The music industry is expected to double in revenue over the next ten years - but a closer look at the numbers reveals a harsh reality for working musicians.