Future of Music Policy Summit 2014

Join us for the Future of Music Policy Summit on October 27 and 28, 2014 at Georgetown University in Washington, DC.
Music never stops evolving, and the music industry is no different. Understanding the driving forces behind that change is more important now than ever. For more than thirteen years, the Future of Music Policy Summit has brought together the creators and the curators, the developers and the debaters, the managers and the muses. Summit is your opportunity to engage in meaningful discussion about music, policy, technology and law—topics that are too often siloed, reduced to sound bites or dominated by a privileged few. 
The 2014 Future of Music Policy Summit will tackle issues ranging from federal policy that impacts creators, access to media and technology, emerging business models, alternative arts funding structures and what's coming next. Join us where policy happens for two jam-packed days of discussion that go beyond the typical conference fare to highlight the experiences of musicians, composers, entrepreneurs, innovators, policy experts and more.
Now in its 14th year, the Future of Music Policy Summit is widely respected as a place where all perspectives can be heard in constructive dialogue, cutting through industry hype and overheated rhetoric to focus in on the real challenges and opportunities in today's music space. And we want you to be a part of it.


October 27th, 2014 9:00 AM   through   October 28th, 2014 6:00 PM
Georgetown University
37th and O Streets NW
Washington, DC 20007
United States

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Phone: 202-822-2051
Registration Fee
Regular Registration $ 249.00
Day Rate: Monday Only $ 149.00
Day Rate: Tuesday Only $ 149.00
Walk-up Full Registration $ 299.00
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