co·da noun /ˈkōdə/ - the concluding passage of a piece or movement, typically forming an addition to the basic structure.
These past two days have been about what tomorrow will hold, and the various tools, services and policies that can support a sustainable 21st century music ecosystem. We've touched on ticketing, licensing, remixing and community building. Artists, attorneys, entrepreneurs and coders have shared their vision. So where are we now? What seems most promising for musicians and policymakers as they tackle an uncertain and evolving marketplace? This concluding session will attempt to make (some) sense of it all.
Amy Blackman, Manager, Amy B MGMT/Cookman (Ozomatli, Money Mark, MIS, Tom Tom Club)
Bryan Calhoun, VP of New Media and External Affairs, SoundExchange
Anna Celenza, Thomas E. Caestecker Professor of Music, Georgetown University
Bertis Downs, General Counsel and Advisor, R.E.M.; Adjunct Professor, University of Georgia School of Law
Rebecca Gates, Musician, Audio Editor
Peter Gordon, President/Co-Founder, Thirsty Ear Recordings/Jazz Forward Coalition
Michael Bracy, Policy Director, Future of Music Coalition (moderator)
This panel was recorded live at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. on October 4, 2011 during Future of Music Policy Summit 2011.
Event website: futureofmusic.org/events/future-music-policy-summit-2011
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