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The bill extends small business loans and unemployment insurance to music makers, plus gives a boost for the National Endowment for the Arts amid COVID-19
"Music is the original 'gig economy,'" The Recording Academy writes, urging lawmakers to provide critical support for a music community crippled by the coronavirus pandemic.
With the global concert industry now in flux, the coronavirus disruption has created a volatile environment for artists, musicians, songwriters and producers on every level.
The Copyright Royalty Board finally set a fair pay increase for songwriters– so why are the major streaming platforms appealing.
The music professional membership organization outlines the many benefits even a modest increase in funding would yield.
Streaming continues to gain ground in the market share. But if radio wants to stay relevant in breaking new artists, they'll need the help of the AM-FM Act.
The legendary GRAMMY winner and music maker advocate takes time from his busy tour schedule to meet with representatives about the AM-FM Act and more.
A House Energy & Commerce Committee hearing addresses lack of transparency in the concert ticket industry, providing consumer protections, and clarifying pricing and fees.
As the trade organization gears up for their big lobbying day, the money they spend to stifle creators speaks volumes about their big business loyalties.
A Senate Judiciary Intellectual Property Subcommittee hearing takes a hard look at how the ever-important DMCA is holding up in today's ever-changing music industry.
Headed into next week's DMCA hearing, the streaming giant continues to demonstrate disparity between massive growth and woeful support of creators.
Inside the discussions, performances, and behind-the-scenes action as the Recording Academy Advocacy team brings together music makers and lawmakers in L.A.
As the music industry continues to evolve, the Recording Academy recognizes those at the vanguard of entertainment law and the leaders pushing the profession forward.