Honoree Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) (center) at the GRAMMYs on the Hill Awards on April 15, 2015
The New York congressman has a track record of being a strong supporter of music creators and American IP.
Bipartisan harmony can reign over the Thanksgiving table when sticking to the topic of creators' rights.
"If Congress wants to encourage Americans to continue to give, then they need to include a universal charitable deduction in its new tax bill.
I’m glad to hear the House is preserving a key tax provision for songwriters in their tax reform plan. Last thing music creators need is another unfair law that devalues their work.
The Music Biz Weekly podcast hosts the Academy's Daryl Friedman for a discussion on District Advocate and how members and nonmembers alike can make a difference.
Ruling on Flo & Eddie's Florida lawsuit against SiriusXM clarifies absence of state-level property rights for recorded public performances.
The Head And The Heart, KEM, Vic Mensa, and producer Mike Clink represent a handful of the music creators who joined forces for District Advocate Day 2017.
Music creators to meet with congressional offices in nearly 300 districts to address key legislative issues affecting the music industry.
Get a handle on legislation that could strongly affect the recording industry, and learn how to get involved with the fight for creators' rights.
"Thank goodness we now have great technology to get us critical information during natural disasters and emergencies. Not like the old days when people had to rely on radio in an emergency."
“This has been a really hard week for the music community in many different ways. I remember when Tom Petty was honored by MusiCares just a few months ago.
“Did you hear the FCC Chairman wants Apple to activate an FM chip in the iPhone so people can listen to traditional radio? The new iPhones don’t even have those old chips. What’s next, adding a r