FMC will be hosting its third DC Policy Day on Wednesday, February 11, 2009, where some of the smartest voices in music, law, technology and policy will convene to discuss how changes in media, broadband and copyright policy might impact the music/technology communities. You can’t afford to miss this!
Take advantage of an early bird registration price of $40 from now until December 31, 2008.
Confirmed Speakers (as of 12.30.08)
FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps
Michael Bracy Policy Director, Future of Music Coalition
Rick Carnes President, Songwriters Guild of America
David Carson General Counsel, US Copyright Office
Parul Desai Associate Director, Media Access Project
Peter Gordon President, Thirsty Ear Records
Peter Jenner Sincere Management and Secretary General, IMMF
Zahavah Levine General Counsel & VP Business Affairs, YouTube
Steve Marks Executive VP and General Counsel, RIAA
Walter McDonough General Counsel, Future of Music Coalition
Sascha Meinrath New America Foundation
Michael Petricone Senior VP, Government Affairs, Consumer Electronics Association
Derek Sivers Founder, CD Baby
Tim Westergren Founder, Pandora
Brian Zisk Technologies Director, Future of Music Coalition
…with more to be announced in January.
Just two more days to take advantage of early bird rate of only $40.
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Musicians’ Scholarships Available
As always, we’re offering a limited number of scholarships that allow working musicians to attend the event for free, to ensure that musicians are not left out of the music/policy debates.