On December 8, 2009, C. Edwin Baker, who was the Nicholas F. Gallicchio Professor of Law and Communication at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, died suddenly in New York City. Ed was one of our esteemed Advisory Board members and a trusted expert on many critical issues including free speech, communications law and media policy. FMC Board Member — and former Research Director — Peter DiCola has written a few words in memory of Ed. read more
As you probably know, FMC exists to improve the lives of musicians. This holiday season, we wanted to highlight our efforts in New Orleans, where too many artists are still struggling years after Hurricane Katrina drove many from their homes and communities. read more
Just wanted to let all of you out there in internet-land that FMC is once again seeking a Google Policy Fellow for Summer 2010. Meaning, it could be you who joins us for a wonk-and-music-filled season in DC!
Nicole Duffey is FMC’s Operations Coordinator, which is a fancy way of saying she sits at a desk all day and answers all the other staffers questions! She also makes sure we all get our paychecks on time, and for that, we love her. Here’s Nicole’s personal list of Future of Music Policy Summit awesomeness! read more
FMC is currently seeking to hire an International Project Fellow. For this position, we're looking for individuals to work in 5+ month terms and help research and interview musicians and music business people from around the world. read more
Dick Huey Interim Executive Director & Board Chair | bio | dhuey<at>futureofmusic.org Kevin Erickson Director | bio | kevin<at>futureofmusic.org Alex Maiolo HINT Program Coordinator | bio | alex<at>futureofmusic.org Jean Cook Co-director, Artist Revenue Streams project | bio | jean<at>futureofmusic.org Kristin Thomson Co-director, Artist Revenue Streams project | bio| kristin<at>futureofmusic.org Michael Bracy Co-Founder Emeritus | bio
Future of Music Coalition (FMC) is a Washington D.C.-based nonprofit organization supporting a musical ecosystem where artists flourish and are compensated fairly and transparently for their work. read more