- On Thursday, President Trump signed off on the Music Modernization Act, a bell that will change how the music industry pays royalties to artists.
- The bill brings U.S. copyright law into the digital age, updated how royalties are paid for streaming services like Spotify and allows artists to be paid much faster.
- President Trump was joined at the White House by music stars like Kanye West, Kid Rock, and country star John Rich as he signed the bill into law.
- Why did it take so long to adapt copyright laws for digital platforms? Will this legislation make things better or worse for artists?