Washington, D.C.— Future of Music Coalition’s flagship music conference brings together the brightest minds music, technology, policy and law to discuss the issues that impact the entire music ecosystem. Taking place at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. from Oct. 3-5, the 10th Annual Future of Music Policy Summit is a can’t miss event encompassing a broad range of crucial topics.
Why, hello there! My name is Casey Rae-Hunter, and I’m one of the FMC gang. Specifically, I’m Mr. Communications Guy (official title!), so regular readers of this here blog have probably stumbled across a few of my posts. read more
Stairway to Nowhere: Commerce Sec. Says Piracy Turns Royalty Rights Into “Lead Balloons”
Commerce SecretaryGary Locke this week “laid down a marker about how the administration views [digital piracy]”, calling it “unadulterated theft.” He said that piracy has “destroyed” the livelihoods of artists, turning songwriting royalties from “golden parachutes” to “lead balloons.”read more
Washington, D.C.—Excitement builds for the can’t-miss music-tech-policy conference of 2010 with the announcement of additional speakers and presenters for the 10th Anniversary Future of Music Policy Summit. read more
Washington, D.C.— Musician education, research and advocacy non-profit organization Future of Music Coalition (FMC) celebrates its remarkable first decade with the 10th Anniversary Future of Music Policy Summit, which takes place at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., from October 3-5, 2010. The conference brings together musicians, managers, policymakers, media representatives, academics, industry professionals and more for spirited dialogue about the future of music. read more
It’s always fun to do a “big unveil,” especially for the event celebrating our ten-year labor of love. So consider us extra psyched to give you the first look at the programming for the 10th Anniversary Future of Music Policy Summit. This three-day extravaganza brings together an incredible array of musicians, arts advocates, policymakers, technologists, media representatives and industry figures to discuss issues at the intersection of music, technology, policy and law. Summit 2010 takes place at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. from October 3-5, 2010. Mark your calendars! read more