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All Hell Has Broken Loose Within the Grammys
The abrupt dismissal of Recording Academy CEO Deborah Dugan could become one of the biggest stories in the music industry since the Me Too era began.
Ousted Grammy CEO Deborah Dugan Accuses Recording Academy of Rampant Misconduct
The filing claims that Dugan faced unlawful gender discrimination, sexual harassment, unlawful retaliation, and unequal pay.
Interim Grammy CEO Issues Statement Laying Into Ousted President Deborah Dugan
Dugan was placed on administrative leave last week following allegations of misconduct.
Recording Academy President Put on Leave Days Before Grammy Awards
Deborah Dugan is on leave pending an investigation of misconduct claims. However, some sources say her dismissal is part of a “coup.”
The Grammys Are Trying to Bring Inclusion Riders to the Music Industry
The power of Frances McDormand only grows.
Recording Academy Invites 900 Women and People of Color to Vote for Grammys
The nominations committees are now also majority female.
Grammy President Neil Portnow Will Reportedly Exit Next Year
His contract is set to expire next summer, when he’ll reportedly be replaced.
Time’s Up Co-founder Will Lead the Recording Academy’s Female Task Force
Tina Tchen was also Michelle Obama’s chief of staff.
Recording Academy Admits It Doesn’t Have Enough Women Members
Only 21 percent of Grammy members identify as women, according to NARAS.
Female Music Execs Slam Grammy President’s Comments As ‘Woefully Out of Touch’
“Neil Portnow’s comments are not a reflection of being ‘inarticulate’ in a single interview.”