The ad in a publication widely read on Capitol Hill is running just as the Future of Music Coalition concluded its annual Policy Summit in Washington. At the event, musicians and songwriters spoke about organizing to enact changes in the way they are paid at a time when Congress, federal regulators and the courts are examining different parts of the music ecosystem.
Post authored by Communications Intern Olivia Brown
To anyone who loves truly local radio as much as we do, the “Local Radio Freedom Act” — the latest in a series of Congressional rumblings related to copyright and royalty issues — may sound like a noble cause. But look past the doublespeak title, and you’ll find that one man’s “freedom” is another man’s free lunch. read more