The annual Advocacy outing put music creators such as Linda Perry and Kristin Chenoweth in the room with lawmakers to discuss issues and policy critical to the livelihood of music creators.
Music and politics came together on the eve of Capitol Hill's largest policy event for music to celebrate champions of music creators' rights from both worlds.
Early figures on the popstar's breakout album plus the IFPI's annual Global Music Report paint a positive picture of young listeners and streaming, underscoring the need for fair royalty rates now.
With the new copyright directive, the EU "has laid the foundation for a better and fairer digital environment," and the whole world is watching.
Having served as Acting Register since 2016, Karyn Temple now steps up to copyright's modernization challenges full-fledged, as America's 13th Register of Copyrights.
The annual Advocacy event will also honor Sen. Chuck Grassley and Rep. Hakeem Jeffries for their roles in MMA's passage, and Adams and fellow honoree Kristin Chenoweth will also perform.
Music Makers are ready to take action against streaming services on behalf of songwriters.
Bipartisan collaboration with music advocates presses forward as House Majority and Minority Leaders prepare to co-chair caucus for the 116th Congress.
Strict interpretation of statutory law now requires most plaintiffs claiming infringement to wait for Copyright Office applications to be completed before they are allowed to file lawsuits.
More than 85 organizations co-sponsor this unique sequence of training and meetings with policymakers, hosted by Americans for the Arts, with the Recording Academy as a National Partner.
Under the newly passed Music Modernization Act, artists and songwriters alike will benefit from streaming profits, yet radio still seeks unfair privilege to pay no performance royalties.
Activism on behalf of music creators is the mission of the Recording Academy's ongoing Advocacy efforts, enlisting the support of our