The SBA SVOG applications are a disaster but rest assured–it’s Washington so no one will be held accountable.
The SVOG program is turning into a classic Washington disaster.
Copyright Alliance CEO Keith Kupferschmid warns that SCOTUS ruling in Google v. Oracle is bad for creators.
The Inventor and WeWork are two sides of the same coin–except the girl went to jail and the boy failed upward.
The MLC is in the Jerry McGuire phase–and on April 15, songwriters will say “show me the money.”
I will be on one of the black box roundtable panels hosted by the Copyright Office on March 25.
The Small Business Administration has announced that it will open the Small Venue Operators Grant applications on April 8. Venues can sign up for notification from SBA when the application opens. There’s also a “how to” page you should read to get ready to apply as well as an FAQ. According to the SBA […]
#SaveOurStages grants are hung up at SBA, but Texas Music Office leads the charge to get the money.
How long? Not long, because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice. Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Our God Is Marching On!March 25, 1965, Montgomery, Alabama Everyone knows that streaming royalties are unsustainable. The question is what to do about it. The current system evolved from the early […]
Every now and then we run into a great resource for artists, managers, labels toiling in the vineyard of the music business as currently constituted. The new Your Morning Coffee podcast is one of those, featuring Jay Gilbert and Mike Etchart and it’s highly recommended for your valuable time. You can get it on iTunes […]