Nearly 2,000 Recording Academy members – including GRAMMY winners and nominees – took part in over 250 meetings today in the year's largest grassroots music advocacy movement.
One week ahead of the largest virtual music grassroots activation of the year on Aug. 12, here's everything you need to make a difference for music makers.
The Help Independent Tracks Succeed Act lets creators fully expense production costs for new music up-front to stimulate reopening of the music economy.
At today's Digital Millennium Copyright Act hearing, the GRAMMY-winning gospel singer/songwriter took the stand to represent the Recording Academy and music creators.
Meet the two new bills music makers need to know – the RESTART Act and the Mixed Earner Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Act – and learn how you can help them pass.
Here's how to use your experience in music to make an important difference in how creators are compensated and protected… But hurry, registration closes July 24!
How the Keep Music Alive alliance is working to support music creators across the pond in a way that mirrors efforts in the States.
The year's largest grassroots music movement kicks off June 26 and will culminate in a nationwide day on Aug. 12 uniting artists, songwriters and producers with members of Congress
A look at the limits of the current relief packages and how new changes could benefit creatives
For these Recording Academy members, and for the music industry at large, Tuesday's #TheShowMustBePaused was a unifying day of education, conversation and activism.
The music industry membership organization's Chair & Interim CEO took the (virtual) stand today on behalf of music makers.
Believe it or not, Big Radio could use funds and protections for small businesses to increase their staggering corporate wealth
As our friends to the north establish national treatment for terrestrial radio and we enter talks with the United Kingdom, creators' rights take the spotlight on the global stage.
"Our situation is dire," the letter states. "There is a hole in this safety net that Congress must fix in the next version of the CARES Act."
The latest from Washington, plus see how the Recording Academy is staying active in the effort to pay music creators for their work.