The Recording Academy Responds, In Four Languages, to Introduction of Radio’s Non-Binding Resolution

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In response to the introduction of the National Association of Broadcasters’ nonbinding resolution, also known as the Local Radio Freedom Act, The Recording Academy released a guide on how members of Congress can talk to the broadcasters’ lobby about creation of a performance right on radio.

The guide is in four languages, English, Persian, Korean and Chinese, to remind members of Congress that the United States, Iran, North Korea and China are among the few nations that do not have a performance right on radio.

The Recording Academy will continue to support real legislative efforts in the 115th Congress to ensure that all creators are compensated fairly when their music is played on the radio.

 

 

 

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“Everyone knows that The Academy bestows the GRAMMY Awards every year for artistic achievement, but more people need to know that this organization works hard on behalf of its members to create a level economic playing field—one that promotes innovation and ensures financial viability for all music creators.” – Zac Brown, GRAMMY winner Zac Brown Band, GRAMMYs on the Hill 2016

“I've been around The Recording Academy for many years. While many know the organization for its annual GRAMMY Awards... it's really inspiring to see firsthand the Academy's efforts here in Washington and the impact and the value it has on our very own music industry.” – Clive Davis, Chief Creative Officer, Sony Music Entertainment, GRAMMYs on The Hill 2012

“I applaud NARAS for their efforts to further the cause of creator rights and hope all of us join in to help them.” -- Irving Azoff, Chairman/CEO, Azoff MSG Entertainment, Salute To Icons 2016

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