Direct webcast link: fmc11.onyour.tv
We’ve teamed up with web.illish.us to produce a premium live webcast of the 2011 Future of Music Policy Summit at Georgetown University in Washington, DC from October 3-4, 2011. The live webcast will include all of the portions of the Summit taking place at Lohrfink Auditorium on Monday, Oct. 3 and Tuesday, Oct. 4.
The 2011 Future of Music Policy Summit will examine the issues that matter most to today musicians, songwriters and composers — from the hyper-local to the truly global. What do artists require to make an impact in a content-rich, capital-challenged environment? How does policy impact musicians’ ability to thrive, not just today, but tomorrow? Is the industry finally ready to play nice with technology? Would bold changes to traditional music business models be the rising tide to lift all boats? Can all stakeholders work constructively towards a music marketplace that rewards both artists and fans? The 2011 Future of Music Policy Summit puts the focus squarely on musicians and their real-world perspectives to address these questions and more. Check your assumptions at the door, and join us in fast-forwarding to the future of music.
Those who can’t attend the Summit in person are able to still engage via a high-quality, interactive webcast of the entire event. This “all-access” video stream also features a chatroom where viewers can interact and also offer questions for panelists and speakers. FMC moderators will be on hand to deliver select questions to Summit participants, which means your voice on the issues will be heard in DC and across the web. Tell your friends to join you at fmc11.onyour.tv!
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.