[Air-L] WEBCAST TODAY: In The Era Of Streaming, Who’s A Bigger Music Mogul, Jay-Z or Congress? @NetCaucusAC

Joly MacFie joly at punkcast.com
Tue Jul 30 07:44:05 PDT 2019

A mere hour was hardly enough to cover this complex topic, however the
panel did well, with a standout being Kevin Erickson's use of puppets  -
something that was featured by C-SPAN

[image: livestream] <https://livestream.com/internetsociety/musicmoguls>
Today, *Tuesday July 30 2019*, at *11:00 EDT* (15:00 UTC) the* Internet
Society Livestream Channel <https://livestream.com/internetsociety/>* will
webcast an edited version of yesterday's *In The Era Of Streaming, Who’s A
Bigger Music Mogul, Jay-Z or Congress?
<https://www.netcaucus.org/event/music-moguls-2019/>* panel that was
organized by *Congressional Internet Caucus Academy
<http://www.netcaucus.org/>* (CICA) in Washington DC. The purpose of the
event was to - post *Music Modernization Act
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_Modernization_Act>* - give
Congressional staffers and others an overview of the role of our regulators
in the distribution of music revenue streams, vs that of the creators
themselves. Panel: *Danielle Aguirre*, EVP & General Counsel, National
Music Publishers Association ; *Kevin Erickson*, Director, Future of Music
Coalition; *Curtis LeGeyt*, Executive Vice President, Government Relations,
National Association of Broadcasters; *Julia Massimino*, VP of Global
Public Policy, SoundExchange; *Ali Sternburg*, Senior Policy Counsel,
Computer & Communications Industry Association. Moderator: *Tim Lordan*,
Executive Director / General Counsel, Internet Education Foundation.

*VIEW ON LIVESTREAM https://livestream.com/internetsociety/musicmoguls

*TWITTER: @NetCaucusAC #MusicMoguls http://bit.ly/2Yf2t0m


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