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Performance Rights Act

What is the Performance Rights Act?

The Performance Rights Act (H.R. 848 and S. 379) is bipartisan legislation that seeks to correct the fact that the U.S. is the only developed country on the planet that does not recognize the right of performers to be compensated when their music is played on broadcast radio.

Because more than half of the world’s music is American made, countries that recognize a performance right collect and keep hundreds of...

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Labor Mobilizes for Performance Rights Act

AFTRA President Roberta Reardon joined government and labor leaders on the Hill to outline a new mobilization plan to pass the Performance Rights Act.

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Read: H.R. 848 - The Performance Rights Act: Providing a Long-Overdue Change in the Law

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