The long road to copyright revision is nearing its end as the U.S. Senate passed the Music Modernization Act by unanimous consent Tuesday (Sept. 18). The move mimics the House’s unilateral support, previously passing the bill by a vote of 415-0 back in April.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra might want to consider naming its next album Songs in the Key of A — as in airport, abandoned and Amsterdam.
The 13th All That Matters/Music Matters conference was held at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Singapore from Sept. 7 -12 with more than 1,700 people attending, and 35 musical acts performing at venues all around the city.
The event is recognized as the leading international music conference in Asia and attracts industry heads from territories across the globe, with a concentration on south east Asia, China, Australia and Europe.
European Union Passes Controversial Copyright Reforms: ‘A Historic Decision That Will Send Ripple Effect Around The World’September 13, 2018
Controversial reforms to copyright law have been approved by the European Parliament, leading to potentially huge changes to how platforms like YouTube handle user-uploaded content and fan-made music videos.
After taking home the Outstanding Variety Special (Live) award for his work as a producer on Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert at the Creative Arts Emmys Sunday night (Sept. 9), John Legend has officially completed his EGOT — making him the youngest person to do so.
The multi-genre event included a star-studded performance lineup, with 5 Seconds of Summer, Bebe Rexha, Alessia Cara, Meghan Trainor and more.
The 2018 MTV Video Music Awards took over New York’s Radio City Music Hall on Monday (Aug. 20) — so who were the night’s big winners?
Camila Cabello took home two big prizes — video of the year for “Havana” and artist of the year — while Childish Gambino nabbed three prizes for “This Is America,” including best video with a message, accepted by the video’s choreographer Sherrie Silver.
This year’s awards show, hosted by Nick Cannon and Lele Pons and celebrating favorites in music, movies, television and sports, took place at the Forum in Los Angeles. See the full list of winners:
HARMAN International Industries Inc. has joined the Grammy Music Education Coalition’s Founders Circle as a member in perpetuity. HARMAN, the audio technology company that’s a wholly owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, will fund and resource recording studios in New York, Nashville and Philadelphia public schools and also create dedicated programming to encourage more female students to pursue studies and careers in music.