The Recording Academy merges its Advocacy and Member Services divisions

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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