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.
The White House was center stage today as lawmakers, music greats and the Academy's Neil Portnow gathered for President Trump's signature of the MMA into law, a generational victory for copyright reform and the beginning of a new business future for music livelihoods.
At a special event at the GRAMMY Museum, the duo discuss the importance of music advocacy, the causes near and dear to them, and perform music together.
Smart speakers, like Amazon Echo, are becoming more popular and that could be a real win for music creators.
What the passage of the Labor-HHS-Education spending package means for the state of music in schools over the coming year.
The waiting period has begun for others to beat SiriusXM's proposed acquisition offer for Pandora, but will the satellite radio giant and the online radio service make beautiful music together?
Having passed both chambers, historic copyright reform legislation heads to President Trump's desk to be signed into law.
As the MMA passes the Senate, we look at the champions behind the historic bill, its promise for a better system and the work left to be done.
European Parliament’s Copyright Directive seeks to update laws in the digital age, putting added pressure on US lawmakers to pass the Music Modernization Act
The acclaimed producer and composer gets candid about the changing digital landscape's effect on music creators and the significance of the Music Modernization Act.