This handy primer will keep you in the know about what's on the docket in Washington, D.C. in 2018, specifically as it relates to music creators.
The former GRAMMYs on the Hill honoree says "the work of the Democrats on the Judiciary Committee is more important than ever."
Looking ahead to 2018, funding for the National Endowment for the Arts looms large.
The Academy's Daryl Friedman makes a statement on the House Judiciary Committee's new Democratic Ranking Member.
"As the GRAMMYs celebrate its 60th anniversary, music creators lament laws that are decades older. So news that the House Judiciary Committee will hold a music hearing in New York two days before
In this latest installment of "Conversations in Advocacy," explore both sides of the race for top Democrat of the House Judiciary Committee.
The Recording Academy's Daryl Friedman makes a statement on the NAB's non-binding resolution, the Local Radio Freedom Act (LRFA).
Join Slash in advocating for music professionals on Capitol Hill.
In this latest installment of "Conversations in Advocacy," explore how cryptocurrencies and other digital transaction services are shaking up the way musicians collect royalties.
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.