Little Big Town and Rep. Steny Hoyer (center)
With a suite of bills lined up to modernize copyright policy with comprehensive music reform, support from members of Congress strengthens during GRAMMY Week Judiciary Committee hearing.
Clink conveyed the dire need for the modernization of copyright policy to protect and reward studio professionals behind the scenes.
Review how the Recording Academy helped give Members of Congress a deeper look behind the music and its creators during GRAMMY Weekend.
In New York for 2018 GRAMMY Week, House Judiciary Committee field hearing presents unprecedented music industry consensus for copyright legislators.
Learn more about the important field hearing taking place in NYC during GRAMMY Week.
As a champion of artists in Congress moves on, the fight for the critical bill he introduced to modernize copyright continues.
Industry-wide support for performance right, other issues "affords Congress a real opportunity to fully modernize music laws in a meaningful way."
"Rep. Issa has been a great champion of fair compensation for artists. We will miss his friendship, leadership and humor.
"The Music Modernization Act is a much-welcomed solution for songwriters, and represents a critical step towards comprehensive music reform. The Recording Academy applauds Reps.
Learn why the streaming company is facing more legal trouble and how it impacts songwriters.
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.