Join us in Washington, DC on Wednesday, February 11, 2009 for FMC's second DC Policy Day. Scheduled just two weeks after the inauguration, this day-long event will bring a laser-beam focus on how media and broadband policy affect the music industry, and how changes in copyright law could impact music and technology communities. Panelists and speakers will represent leading stakeholders in the music/tech policy space, with a particular emphasis on individuals who are central to setting the agenda in 2009 and beyond.
DC Policy Day
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
9:00 AM — 6:00 PM with cocktail party to follow from 6:00 - 8:00 PM
National Geographic Music and Radio and National Geographic Live!
Early Bird Registration: $40 until January 1, 2009
Musician scholarships Available!
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CONFIRMED SPEAKERS (as of 12.22.08)
- FCC Commissioner Michael Copps
- FCC Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein
- David Carson, Associate Register for Policy & International Affairs, U.S. Copyright Office
- Rick Carnes, Songwriters Guild of America
- Derek Sivers, Founder, CD Baby
- Tim Westergren, Founder, Pandora
...with more to be announced shortly!
Early bird registration is available for the discounted rate of only $40 until December 31, 2008. Secure online registration
MUSICIANS' SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
As always, we're offering a limited number of scholarships that allow working musicians to attend the event for free, and ensure that musicians are not left out of the music/policy debates. Head here for more information or to apply.
Thanks as always to our generous sponsors:
Google * American Federation of Musicians
Interested in sponsoring?
Contact John Henkel at email@example.com.
We hope you will join us for what's going to be another spectacular event!