Reps. Bob Goodlatte and Jerrold Nadler
Joining music creators and lawmakers, spotlighting the historic Music Modernization Act and amazing performances of "Despacito" and "Boondocks" — get the details on the biggest night of music and politics of the year.
Having unanimously cleared House Judiciary mark-up, the MMA heads to House floor with a public mandate.
What's the status on this game-changing bill with unprecedented support? Find out where it is on the journey to becoming law.
See the outlook for the future since DOJ consent decrees managing music licensing have been updated by litigation and could see further modernization ahead.
What does iHeartMedia's bankruptcy mean for artists and songwriters? And who's getting paid?
Celebrating its 20th year of Advocacy, the Recording Academy will once again bring music and politics together on Capitol Hill on behalf of creators' rights.
Get the details on the Recording Academy's celebration of 20 years of advocacy for music creators.
See why the copyright context for new bill in the Senate is a sign of building reform potential and unity.
The deadline for the DOJ to appeal the consent decree ruling in favor of BMI has passed — what does this mean for songwriters?
Longtime congresswoman who supported the rights of music creators has died.
Flying with a musical instrument? Get the lowdown in this week's Conversations in Advocacy on how you can best prepare for your flight with the least amount of travel anxiety.
Exempting terrestrial radio from paying performance royalties is outdated and wrong, but that shouldn't be misused against legislation to finally give pre-1972 recording artists their due.
New legislation offering telecom companies financial relief amid the forthcoming broadcast spectrum repack carries another needless sweetheart deal for terrestrial radio.
In the face of Spotify's IPO and Apple Music's rising value, music creators’ rights take center stage
Sources indicate the House Judiciary Committee chairman and ranking member are at work on an umbrella copyright bill, a step away from achieving comprehensive copyright reform (at last).