Future Of Music: DC POLICY DAY

From the Future of Music Coalition (FMC):

On Tuesday, April 12, FMC is hosting a one-day DC Policy Day, where we will apply a laser-beam focus on four critical topics emerging in the Courts, Congress, and at the Copyright Office: digital audio broadcasting and the future of radio, low power FM and community voices, health insurance and musicians, and Copyright in the Courts and Congress. Please join us if you can, or spread the word!

What: Future of Music DC Policy Day
Where: Kaiser Family Foundation's Barbara Jordan Conference Center
1330 G Street NW, Washington, DC
When: Tuesday, April 12, 2005, 10 AM to 6 PM

The Policy Day will feature keynote speakers FCC Commissioner Jonathan
Adelstein and Representative Diane Watson (D-CA) as well as a diverse
selection of panelists, including:

Claudia Bach - AdvisArts Consulting
Ann Chaitovitz - National Director of Sound Recordings, AFTRA
Jeffrey Cunard - Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP
Adam Forest - Executive Director, Fractured Atlas
Berkley Etheridge - Vice President, National Music Publishers Association
Jim Griffin - CEO, Cherry Lane Digital
Joseph Kluger - President, Philadelphia Orchestra
Mila Kofman - Assistant Research Professor, Georgetown University Health Policy Institute
Alex Maiolo - Partner, Lee-Moore Insurance
Chris Mays - VP and Program Director, KMTT Seattle
Matt McConville - musician, Annapolis Musicians' Fund
Margot Nassau - Royalties and Licensing Manager, Smithsonian Folkways
Nan Rubin - Community Media Services
Hannah Sassaman - Organizer, Prometheus Radio Project
Jule Sigall - Associate Register for Policy & International Affairs, US Copyright Office
John Simson - Executive Director, SoundExchange
Gigi Sohn - President, Public Knowledge

A complete schedule is available at:

Space is limited so reserve your seat now!
The suggested donation for attending the event is $25. A limited number of
student and musician scholarships are also available on the website.