The legislation is a collection of three different bills long sought by the music industry: The provision for pre-1972 recordings, which extends copyright protection to those works; and a streamlined licensing and royalty regime that will lead to increased compensation for artists when their works are played on digital platforms.
The MMA will also make sure artists are compensated on songs recorded before 1972 as well as allowing for producers to be paid royalties.
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Trump met with Kanye West later that day, though West wasn't in attendance for the signing. "They were treated very unfairly". Passage of the Orrin G. Hatch-Bob Goodlatte Music Modernization Act was a hard-fought process that hinged on tremendous collaboration and unprecedented support among diverse stakeholders who ultimately united to safeguard the future of music.
"As we celebrate the harmony and unity that got us here, we applaud the efforts of the thousands of performers, songwriters, and studio professionals who rallied for historic change to ensure all music creators are compensated fairly when their work is used by digital and satellite music services", said Recording Academy President & CEO Neil Portnow in a statement. "The MMA brings the rules governing music into the 21st century, and represents a holistic improvement that will benefit the entire music ecosystem".
At a ceremony held at The White House in Washington earlier today (October 11th 2018), US President Donald Trump signed the Music Modernization Act into law, in what's arguably the most high-profile event for the music industry in several years. We build factories here in America to create jobs.