A Presentation by Bill Freimuth, Senior Vice President of Awards for the Recording Academy

How does one go about winning a GRAMMY Award? How do you even get nominated? And who decides whether Daft Punk created the "Album of the Year"? The GRAMMY Museum is proud to feature a presentation which seeks to demystify some of these answers, featuring Bill Freimuth himself - the man who oversees the nominations and awards processes for the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Join us as Bill provides an overview of the nominations process and provides insights on how it is that artists get to be awarded a GRAMMY Award, the premier recognition of recorded musical accomplishment.