Songwriter Justin Roberts meets Rep. McGovern (D-MA.) At GRAMMYs On The Hill
Find out how the advocacy efforts of the Recording Academy and arts community have helped protect NEA funding so far, and learn what needs to be done next.
Why do Justin Roberts and Smokey Robinson want music reform? Find out what they told the Senate Judiciary Committee on May 15.
The new comprehensive music package introduced by Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) has strong bipartisan support.
Legacy artists just want to get rightfully paid for their work. And it seems change is on the horizon — if Congress continues to listen to the music community.
Top creators are set to deliver testimony on behalf of the music community next week at a pivotal Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the Music Modernization Act.
The music industry is an undisputed leader in the global marketplace — isn't it time to move music licensing laws into the 21st century?
Learn how the music community took a superhero page out of the 'Avengers: Infinity War' playbook to pass comprehensive music reform.
Spread the word and let your senators know now is the time to press forward: Let's update outdated copyright laws that govern musicians' compensation.
Having passed the House of Representatives following a unanimous approval by House Judiciary during mark-up, the MMA will now head to the U.S. Senate.
Joining music creators and lawmakers, spotlighting the historic Music Modernization Act and amazing performances of "Despacito" and "Boondocks" — get the details on the biggest night of music and politics of the year.
Having unanimously cleared House Judiciary mark-up, the MMA heads to House floor with a public mandate.
What's the status on this game-changing bill with unprecedented support? Find out where it is on the journey to becoming law.
See the outlook for the future since DOJ consent decrees managing music licensing have been updated by litigation and could see further modernization ahead.
What does iHeartMedia's bankruptcy mean for artists and songwriters? And who's getting paid?
Celebrating its 20th year of Advocacy, the Recording Academy will once again bring music and politics together on Capitol Hill on behalf of creators' rights.