Happy November everyone! From Turkey Day to the next Election Day, there is a lot brewing out here in Washington, DC. We’ve got big updates on digital performance royalties, proposed intellectual property legislation, Summit videos and FMC’s travel plans. Read on for details.
We are amped for two major happenings here at FMCHQ: the launch of our groundbreaking survey on how musicians make money from music and more programming details for the 2011 Future of Music Policy Summit. Read on for all that plus updates on our ongoing adventures in music, tech, policy and law.
Hello from your friends at Future of Music Coalition! Is it the dog days of summer yet? What does that even mean, exactly? All we know is that it’s hot as hell here in D.C., and it isn’t because we’re close to one of Dante’s infernal rings. At least we don’t think that’s the reason. Despite the heat, we’ve been keeping busy: read on for all things FMC, including early-bird registration for Summit 2011!
Here at FMC, we shifted straight from fireworks and BBQ to some very exciting work: planning the 2011 Future of Music Policy Summit! Along with Summit information, we’ve got a brief update on all things FMC.
We’re a bit late on sending out the Future of Music newsletter, but we needed to kick back after October’s INCREDIBLE Future of Music Policy Summit. Not that we got much downtime — we’ve been busy getting the Summit archives together and participating in all manner of music-tech-policy activities. Business as usual, in other words…
We're finally dug out from Snowmageddon, and have returned to FMC's DC headquarters after a week of precipitation-imposed exile. We're glad to be back, because there are no snow days at the intersection of music, technology, policy and law. Read on for we've been up to between the flurries.