RECENT ARTICLES OF INTEREST
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"As Spotify's revenue goes up, artist per-stream and revenue payouts are going way, way down. And here's the data to prove it." Continue reading this enlightening article by Daniel Adrian Sanchez.
Lawyers are saying, "This is an incredibly important decision for all artists in the YouTube era in which we live. This decision represents a firm pronouncement that placing work on YouTube for free devalues it, and damages artists, like Jillian, who created it.”
Chris Castle illuminates serious corporate abuse from Google, Amazon, Pandora, and Spotify at the Copyright Office. Read how they're egregiously exploiting a loophole in a completely absurd way that damages music creators.
This wonderful NEW YORK TIMES Op-Ed piece by Jonathan Taplin addresses the danger of monopolies like Google.
This Keynote Address is a call to action to all those who are concerned about, not only the the future of creators, but the future of our creative culture as a whole.
This wonderful NYTIMES op-ed piece by Jonathan Taplin who like us, is looking for "an honest national conversation on monopoly and our future."
These are deeply compelling words by T-Bone Burnett in his keynote at Americana Fest, Nashville, TN. Read and be inspired.
Cary Sherman at the RIAA, places the latest statistics in context of Google’s unwillingness to do what’s right, as they take advantage of, and continue to support, the broken DMCA.
MA-supporting organization SONA (Songwriters of North America) explains the injustice of the DOJ (Department of Justice) in their recent decision on the Consent Decree.
Scott Cleland, author of “Search & Destroy,” has testified three times before Congress about Google, and asks why the world allowed Google to anti-competitively corner the global market for the world’s information. Copyright is front and center of their coup over information.