We teamed up with web.illish.us to produce a premium live webcast of the 10th Anniversary Future of Music Policy Summit at Georgetown University in Washington, DC from October 3-5, 2010. The live webcast covered portions of the Summit taking place at Lohrfink Auditorium on Monday, Oct. 4 and Tuesday, Oct. 5. Events on Sunday, Oct. 3 were not webcast (sorry).
The 10th Anniversary Future of Music Policy Summit put the focus where it belonged: on the artists who are the very reason for our existence. It is the talent and creativity of musicians, songwriters and composers that bring clarity and focus to the pressing issues facing the entire music community. Head here for the full list of confirmed participants or see the entire schedule.
Those who couldn’t attend the Summit in person were still engaged via a high-quality, interactive webcast of the entire event. This “all-access” video stream also featured a chatroom where viewers could interact and also offer questions for panelists and speakers. FMC moderators were on hand to deliver select questions to Summit participants, which meant your voice on the issues was heard in DC and across the World Wide Web.
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As always, video and audio archives will be made available after the event — sign up for the Future of Music Newsletter for breaking news on post-summit materials.
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