Future of Music Policy Summit 2011

The Future of Music Policy Summit 2011 brought together an incredible array of musicians, arts advocates, policymakers, technologists, media representatives and industry figures to discuss issues at the intersection of music, technology, policy and law. Attendees examined current trends while looking ahead to a sustainable, 21st century music ecosystem that reward creators and fans.

Your participation in these conversations was crucial to the future of music. Thank you for joining us at the most anticipated music-tech-policy conference of the year.



Summit 2011 programming included:

  • Visionary presentations from music industry leaders, innovators and thought-leaders
  • Special conversations with leading musicians, producers and policymakers
  • How artists earn a living in today's music landscape
  • Musicians examining innovative digital music services
  • An up-close look at successful creative communities and music scenes across the country
  • The future of mobile music
  • Where the live music and ticketing market is heading
  • How the current licensing environment for music impacts artists and audiences
  • The legal and technological environment for remixes, mash-ups and more
  • Reports on global efforts to streamline digital music rights
  • ...plus movie screenings, networking parties, a Pho dinner and a rock show. Click here to register.
Georgetown University
Lohrfink Auditorium in the Hariri Building
Washington, DC, 20057
United States