Little Big Town and Rep. Steny Hoyer (center)
With the total on-demand music streams surpassing 400 billion so far in 2018, the landmark Music Modernization Act’s significance cannot be overlooked.
Not all advocacy happens on Capitol Hill — see how the music community rallied to defend musicians' rights at the local level in the nation's capital.
New copyright reform will address the value gap in Europe to ensure that rights holders get their fair share from platforms that host user generated content.
With a new bipartisan amendment giving the Senate Judiciary Committee one more great reason to get behind the bill, the MMA passes unanimously.
Learn what the Department of Justice Assistant Attorney General had to say about consent decrees and the Music Modernization Act at the recent conference.
It's time for big terrestrial radio's old approach to (not) compensating music creators to go extinct.
Read why $150 million is only a limited victory and the time to fight for a healthy copyright licensing marketplace is now.
See how California seeks to revitalize arts education in the state most representative of the creative industries' economic contribution.
Find out how leaders such as Senate Appropriations Chairman Roy Blunt are making the case for arts education.
Learn more about a new bill based on misleading rhetoric and inaccurate criticisms of the CLASSICS Act.
While YouTube's move to display credits marks a step in the right direction, there is still work to be done to ensure all music creators are properly credited and compensated for their work on streaming platforms.
Is radio's fight for low rates bad timing or just legacy thinking?
Find out how the advocacy efforts of the Recording Academy and arts community have helped protect NEA funding so far, and learn what needs to be done next.
Why do Justin Roberts and Smokey Robinson want music reform? Find out what they told the Senate Judiciary Committee on May 15.