Today, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced at the Brookings Institute the Commission's plan to expand Net Neutrality principles. We at Future of Music Coalition have long supported efforts to protect the open internet, so we think this a positive step. When FMC launched the Rock the Net campaign back in 2007, it was with a strong conviction that Net Neutrality is key to giving all artists -- superstars and developing acts alike -- equal footing on the most important technological platform of our time. read more
Washington, DC â€“ Future of Music Coalition and Thirsty Ear Recordings are bringing 15 top-notch acts together for the Rock the Net: Musicians for Net Neutrality compilation CD. Wilco, Bright Eyes, They Might Be Giants, Portastatic, Aimee Mann, Guster, Matthew Shipp, Palomar, The Wrens, DJ Spooky, BC Camplight, David Bazan, David Miller, Free Form Funky Freqs and The Classic Brown have all donated tracks to the compilation, which was released by Thirsty Ear Recordings on Tuesday, July 29, 2008.
Net neutrality is important to musicians and fans alike. Many of today’s most talented artists are demonstrating their support of an open Internet where all users can access the lawful content of their choice without undue restrictions.