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Bill Freimuth, VP of awards at NARAS, says there are between 12,000 and 13,000 voting members of the Recording Academy.
Seven awards for Latin music will continue to be presented by NARAS in its annual Grammy event.
A NARAS spokesman said access for photographers was limited because of fire marshal orders," the editor's note read.
Finally, before the end of 1998, we will enter into an agreement with NARAS to develop a "Performer's Bill of Rights," which will ensure that Beale Street maintains a venue that is exciting and fair for all performers.
For NARAS, it's the cultural and financial health of the American recording industry.
In 1995 NARAS (National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, Inc.
Root is a former officer and director of the California Copyright Conference and a frequent panelist and lecturer on music, media and internet legal issues, and is active in the Entertainment Law Initiative nationwide writing contest for law students, which is co-sponsored by NARAS (the Recording Academy) and the ABA.
A music industry insider added: "What about NARAS [National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences]?
The notion of LARAS being independent from NARAS - with its own interests and goals at the forefront - has long been discussed.
The new head will certainly be given a much shorter leash, and -- because NARAS prides itself on serving local musical communities -- will likely be someone with philanthropic experience.
Archer: I believe that Jon Hornyak and the local NARAS (National Association of Recording Arts and Sciences) chapter have done a great job of cultivating and watering the local "music garden.