Grammys CEO Harvey Mason Jr. Going ‘All In’ To Repair Awards Show

20 days ago
The Grammys take place tonight in Los Angeles. The nonprofit that puts on the awards show, the Recording Academy, had a controversial 2019, but it still averaged annual revenue of $82 million over the last three years.

Read the full story on Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jabariyoung/2024/01/31/grammys-ceo-harvey-mason-jr-going-all--in-to-repair-awards-show/?sh=35aa35604816

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