Ahead of Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act’s reauthorization hearings, the music community is calling out Big Radio’s double talk.
Union musicians—from as far away as Orange County, CA and Saskatoon, SK—attended AFM’s Leadership Development Program for three days of training geared toward organizing.
The FCC is considering a rule change that would allow Big Radio to swallow up more local stations. Tell the FCC that we want our local radio stations to remain local.
The Nashville Local 257 member is a musician, producer, author, and caretaker of his parents’ legacies.
Music coalitions filed comments today with the FCC supporting local radio & opposing increased media consolidation.
AFM members may nominate instrumentalists, producers, engineers, or bands until April 30th.
Philharmonic management agreed today to recognize AFM as the collective bargaining representative for the musicians.
The Philadelphia Orchestra principal horn and Local 77 member performs with chamber groups and as a soloist, and teaches at two of the country’s most prestigious music schools.
The musicians of the Boise Philharmonic voted overwhelmingly to join AFM today.
After three days of intense negotiations, musicians have agreed to extend the Motion Picture/TV Film Contract and resume negotiations in November.