Archive for November, 2009
Join SoundExchange staff and our friends at the Rainbow PUSH Coalition for critical discussion titled “Performance Royalties: Can Artists and Radio Get Along?” in Washington, DC tomorrow.Read More
Three months ago, when Senator Diane Feinstein and Chairman Pat Leahy warned opponents of the PRA “This is going to be legislation. It will move,” they meant it. Now Congress wants key stakeholders to sit down and negotiate what that forward-moving bill will look like. They’re even providing the table.Read More
SoundExchange’s communications office published a guest blog on KnowTheMusicBiz.com, as part of our continuing campaign to get out the word about digital performance right to artists and copyright holders. For a unique insight into our organization, check out the full piece: Everything Musicians Need To Know About SoundExchange.Read More
The SoundExchange applauds Natalie Hopkinson of The Root for her piece: “Why No One Talks Back To Cathy Hughes“.
It took a lot of courage and common sense to write a straight-talk article on a woman who smears her enemies with accusations of racism and an endless supply of public airtime. Way to go, Natalie. Fair compensation for artists by those who make millions from their music isn’t an issue of race – it’s an issue of basic justice.Read More
SoundExchange is proud to announce that our VP of External Affairs and New Media, Bryan Calhoun, has been featured in the University of Georgia’s Terry Magazine fall cover story. Not only is Bryan an asset to the team at SX, we think he may have a future as cover model!Read More