As the trade organization gears up for their big lobbying day, the money they spend to stifle creators speaks volumes about their big business loyalties.
A Senate Judiciary Intellectual Property Subcommittee hearing takes a hard look at how the ever-important DMCA is holding up in today's ever-changing music industry.
Headed into next week's DMCA hearing, the streaming giant continues to demonstrate disparity between massive growth and woeful support of creators.
Inside the discussions, performances, and behind-the-scenes action as the Recording Academy Advocacy team brings together music makers and lawmakers in L.A.
As the music industry continues to evolve, the Recording Academy recognizes those at the vanguard of entertainment law and the leaders pushing the profession forward.
With the 62nd GRAMMY Awards just days away, we applaud some of music's best-of-the-best for their work on behalf of music makers, plus a bonus surprise!
Recent layoffs by iHeart Radio and a brand new high-dollar HQ underscore the hypocrisy in the National Associations of Broadcasters stance on local radio.
A new billboard, an enlightening op-ed and a mounting online surge of support for music creators are all asking: why won't Oregon's Sen. Wyden release his hold on the bill?
Inside the television conglomerate's new policy threatening to cut composer's royalties by up to 90 percent.
The House and Senate pass funding bills to ensure a very creative year to come…
As the current Register of Copyrights prepares to move on to a new role, we look at how the CASE Act is still setup for success and what's left to be done.
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.