Washington, D.C.â€” Top names in music, law, technology and policy will gather in Washington, DC from October 4-6, 2009 for the eighth Future of Music Policy Summit, which provides an unprecedented forum for artists, advocates, policymakers, attorneys, entrepreneurs and industry leaders to discuss the crucial issues facing the music community.
FMC is thrilled to announce that U.S. Senator Al Franken (D-MN) will be joining us on Monday, October 5.
On Tuesday, October 6, attendees will hear from Daniel Ek, founder of Spotify â€” the potentially game-changing music service thatâ€™s sweeping Europe and generating incredible buzz in America, where the service is expected to launch this year.
Also appearing at Policy Summit 2009 is Brian Message â€” a partner in Courtyard Management, the team that represents Radiohead, Supergrass and the 22-20s.
Throughout the Summit, prominent musicians from a variety of genres will also give their direct thoughts about how they’re adapting to an increasingly networked (and noisy) world. Artist participants in Policy Summit 2009 include jazz pianist Vijay Iyer, Wayne Kramer of MC5, musician/songwriters Erin McKeown and Nicole Atkins, as well as Mac McCaughan, co-owner of Merge Records and member of Superchunk and Portastatic.
For the seventh year in a row, the Future of Music Policy Summit will convene an eclectic mix of musicians, lawmakers, technologists, and music business leaders for two days of discussions on issues at the cutting edge of music, technology, law and policy. The Future of Music Coalition’s 7th annual Policy Summit will be held next week, Sept. 17-18, 2007, at George Washington University’s Betts Theatre in Washington, D.C.read more
Registration is opening for the Seventh Annual Future of Music Policy Summit. The Policy Summit brings together an unprecedented mix of musicians, lawmakers, and technologists for cutting edge discussions on issues at the intersection of music, law, technology, and policy. read more
WASHINGTON, DC — Rep. Mike Doyle, vice chair of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet, will kick-off a major conference addressing the issues at the intersection of music, law, policy and technology on May 2. read more
WASHINGTON – An unparalleled cross-section of leaders ranging from
elected officials to activist punks will convene again in Washington,
DC on May 2 and 3, 2004 to discuss crucial issues facing musicians and
the music/tech industry. Over 70 panelists and 700 participants will come
together for the fourth annual Future of Music Policy Summit, being held
in George Washington University’s Lisner Auditorium. read more
Top names in music, technology, law, academia and policy will convene in Washington, DC on May 2 – 3, 2004 to discuss
crucial issues facing musicians and the music/tech industry. Over 70 panelists
and 700 to 1000 participants will come together for the fourth annual
Future of Music Policy Summit, being held in George Washington University’s
Lisner Auditorium. read more
Washington – More than 30 panelists and speakers including U.S. Copyright Office head Marybeth Peters, Pandora Chief Strategist Tim Westergren, and Microsoft Senior Music Producer Jon Kertzer have confirmed for one of the music industry’s premier conferences: the Future of Music Policy Summit. read more
WASHINGTON — The Future Of Music Coalition and Georgetown Universitys Communication, Culture and Technology Program recently announced the Second Annual Policy Summit — taking place on January 7 and 8, 2002, at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Nationally-known musicians, lawyers, artists, academics, and policymakers will come together to debate some of the current issues surrounding digital technology and artists’ rights. Last year, more than 500 participated in the event. read more
The Future Of Music Coalition is pleased to announce the Second Annual Policy Summit taking place on January 7th and 8th, 2002 at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. Over 700 musicians,
lawyers, artists, academics, and policymakers will come together to debate
the most contentious issues surrounding digital technology and artists’ rights. read more