A year after the Music Modernization Act was passed, political leaders and musicians celebrate and call for continued unity as music creators’ rights “don’t fall on party lines.”
In the months since the MMA was passed, pre-'72 artists have begun to receive royalties, already north of $10 million.
The chair, known for championing the rights of music creators, spoke recently as part of a new lecture series from NYU Steinhardt’s Business program.
From Los Angeles to New York and beyond here’s a few of the many standout moments when music makers and lawmakers met to talk policy on Oct. 2.
Catch the latest action around the country today as the Recording Academy connects Congress and music creators to discuss key music legislation issues.
With the largest grassroots music advocacy movement of the year just one week away, we breakdown the basics so anyone who enjoys music can learn how to support its creators.
The Golden State has passed legislation securing wage and benefit protections for rideshare drivers, but the reach of the law could stretch into the music industry
As stakeholders' comments on consent decrees are reviewed by DOJ, Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim weighs in.
Lawmakers take the latest step towards building a better legal system for copyright.
The 2019-2020 group of artist's rights champions will serve as the voice of all music creators on policy matters as the Academy prepares for District Advocate day on Oct. 2.
If you still haven't signed up for District Advocate Day, what are you waiting for? Read on to find out how you can influence policy
In honor of Labor Day, take a look at how music unions and the musicians who belong to them would benefit from finally getting the AM/FM performance right they deserve
What do songwriters, lawmakers, novelists, artists, app makers, union members and photographers all have in common? They all support this crucial copyright claims legislation
"Casey Kasem and AT40 did not kill local radio. But more consolidation and national programming will." –Conversations In Advocacy #63