Wanna know more about net neutrality and why protecting the open internet is so important to musicians and other creators?
We've got just the thing.
On Tuesday, April 27 (that's tomorrow!), the Arts & Democracy Project in collaboration with Future of Music Coalition and the Media Access Grassroots Network (MAG-Net) will host a Learning Community Conference Call on the Open Internet. This public discussion will explain why net neutrality is essential to artists who use the web to build communities, maintain connections with fans and drive creativity and innovation in the digital era.
What is an Open Internet?
Tuesday 4/27 2:00-3:30 PM EST
Call-In Number: 712-432-1690; Passcode: 403713
Presentations by Amalia Deloney (MAG-Net), Garlin Gilchrist (Center for Community Change), and Casey Rae-Hunter (FMC).
If you wanna be way ahead of the class, check out these handy net neutrality in advance. We promise not to call you smarty pants.
Future of Music Coalition's Rock the Net page
FCC net neutrality "comments tool" with artist examples (today's the last day to file comments!)
Articles on net neutrality and musicians:
Net neutrality video primers: