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Music Modernization Act Unanimously Passes The House

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The Music Modernization Act is getting closer to becoming the law of the land as the bill was unanimously passed by the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday (April 25), with 415 voting in favor and 16 representatives not voting. It now goes to the Senate for the final vote, then must be signed by […]

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Music Modernization Act Passed By The House Judiciary Committee

Music Modernization Act on the Music 3.0 blog

There’s a lot about copyright and licensing that needs to be brought into the digital age, but now we’re one step closer to that becoming reality.┬áThe United States House Judiciary Committee voted unanimously last week (32-0) to approve the new Music Modernization Act (H.R. 5447), in the first step of the process. The Music Modernization […]

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The AMP Act Will Get Producers Paid For Streaming

The Amp Act on Bobby Owsinski's Music 3.0 blog

Perhaps the biggest question that today’s producer has is, “How do I get paid?” Back in the days when physical sales were king, this was never a problem as producers were paid handsomely for their services from sales royalties. Even though there are still physical sales involved today, that more than likely will not pay […]

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