New study shows that there is no basis for federal law allowing AM/FM radio stations to play music without paying musicians, singers and featured artists.
No matter what happens in Washington, D.C. over the next four years, AFM will keep fighting to improve our livelihood, and to preserve, protect and defend the interests of the finest musicians in the world.
Hamilton’s Tony Award-winning orchestrator, a member NY Local 802, discusses the spirit of curiosity and diversity in today’s musicals.
Management has finally agreed to return to the table to meet with striking Fort Worth Symphony (FWSO) musicians.
AFM’s International Executive Board voted unanimously to endorse Hillary Clinton for President of the United States.
Kingston Local 518 member Serena Ryder talks about her sixth album, Utopia, and her upcoming tour.
Musicians rejected management’s demands for cuts to pay, benefits & orchestra size.
The creative community supports competition in the set-top box market, but it cannot come at the expense of those making a living in the film, television, and music industries.
After 14 months of bargaining with management continuously proposing wage cuts, musicians went on strike for a fair agreement this afternoon.
This strike is about fairness. We call on the management and board of directors to immediately work with the musicians to achieve an acceptable agreement.