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TEMPO's Advocacy Efforts

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John “Jellybean” Benitez is a successful and highly sought-after professional in the music industry, working as a disc jockey, remix consultant, music producer, and more. Currently the president of Jellybean Music Group, John “Jellybean” Benitez also keeps in touch with the industry through his professional memberships, such as the American Federation of Musicians.

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TEMPO's Advocacy Efforts

  1. 1. Jellybean Benitez
  2. 2.  John “Jellybean” Benitez is a successful and highly sought- after professional in the music industry, working as a disc jockey, remix consultant, music producer, and more. Currently the president of Jellybean Music Group, John “Jellybean” Benitez also keeps in touch with the industry through his professional memberships, such as the American Federation of Musicians. The American Federation of Musicians (AFM) is a professional organization and union for musicians in the United States and Canada. Founded in 1896, the association has been responsible for many of the laws regarding royalties and fair wages for musicians.
  3. 3.  Today, the organization supports over 80,000 members and is still highly involved in musician’s working rights advocacy through its programs, such as TEMPO. TEMPO (Taskforce for Employment of Musicians Promotional Organization) is one of AFM’s recent efforts working towards fair compensation for musicians, among other goals. The group is comprised of AFM musicians who wish to support TEMPO’s advocacy efforts or work more directly to achieve governmental progress. Though fair compensation is a major concern of the group, TEMPO also seeks to achieve more educational funding for musicians, improved travel regulations, stronger pensions for the profession, and increased NEA funding for the arts.

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