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Streaming service escalates fight to cut compensation to music's creators
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House antipiracy bill gets some competition
The Recording Academy actively represents the music community on such issues as intellectual property rights, music piracy, archiving and preservation, and censorship concerns. In pursuing its commitment to addressing these and other issues, The Recording Academy undertakes a variety of national initiatives.
On September 15, 2011, GRAMMY U teamed up with Velia Gonzalez, ASCAP Representative, to host “ASCAP & GRAMMY U Presents: The Importance of Music in Film & TV 101” at San Antonio College’s Radio, Television, and Film building.
A few minutes before 5PM, event attendees began to gather inside the building, a
By Erick Ruiz, GRAMMY U San Antonio Ambassador
On September 15, GRAMMY U teamed up with Velia Gonzalez, ASCAP Texas Representative, to host “ASCAP & GRAMMY U Presents: The Importance of Music in Film & TV 101” at San Antonio College’s Radio, Television, and Film building.
A few minutes before 5 p.m., event attendees began to gather inside the bui
Summer music experience to culminate Aug. 7 with launch party featuring artists and music industry professionals