The Recording Academy, the trade body that organises the Grammy Awards in the United States, has merged its Advocacy and Member Services divisions.
In a statement, the Los Angeles-based Academy said that the alignment "creates a broader unit focused on empowering the music community to get involved in creator issues and inform the national conversation with a unified voice."
As a result of the merger, Daryl Friedman - who joined the Academy in 1997 - has been promoted to the ...
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