As this year's GRAMMY nominations are revealed, we're reminded of the invaluable year-round efforts of the music community to advance and protect creator's rights.
Eight stations in a single market is not enough for already-consolidated station owners — are they really representing radio's best interests?
Incoming leaders balance proven experience and legislative expertise with excitement over "freshman class" adding fresh perspective.
No longer cast as internet "dinosaurs," major labels and their artist rosters can be movers-and-shakers who invest in tech-based futures together.
There's more behind the scenes in Tenn. than Memphis and Nashville's live music, and the new Scoring Incentives Program is designed to build a growing showcase for the state's musical productivity.
Republican leadership choices for the incoming Congress express stability, unity and hope for continued progress of creators' rights.
As Thanksgiving approaches, the music community has much to be grateful for from these retiring Congressional champions of creators' rights.
The lawmakers who worked together successfully on Music Modernization Act and ran for re-election will all be returning to Capitol Hill.
See how the Midterm Election results shed light on the future of music creators' rights.
With the midterm elections in full swing, two of music's biggest names debut a pro-voting song aimed at increasing voter turnout—and the campaign is taking off!
More than 1,500 Recording Academy members lifted up music's hot issues for the future in a remarkable day of active, face-to-face interaction with our nation's lawmakers.
The grassroots of the music industry, more than 1,500 Recording Academy members meet with members of Congress and candidates for special day of action.
A challenging international opportunity exists to craft next-generation music streaming services that every small business will want to customize for their customers and employees.
We talk to Linda Perry about her efforts to get young Americans to register and vote.