NARM/CMA Conference To Address Congressional Changes
November 5, 2010 at 6:48 AM (PT)
On TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, the NARM/CMA ENTERTAINMENT LAW CONFERENCE will include a panel of experts discussing how CONGRESSIONAL changes will dramatically change the way CONGRESS addresses entertainment industry issues.
"It is impossible to overstate the differences between outgoing JUDICIARY COMMITTEE Chairman JOHN CONYERS, a DEMOCRAT from DETROIT who grew up with MOTOWN, and incoming Chairman LAMAR SMITH of TEXAS, whose district is the headquarters of CLEAR CHANNEL," said Program Chairman JON POTTER of RPG STRATEGIES, who formerly headed the DIGITAL MEDIA ASSOCIATION in WASHINGTON, D.C. "We are fortunate to have high-level panelists who understand the effect of this major change on radio royalty legislation, and how REPUBLICAN victories will affect net neutrality and arts funding."
The "Election Results" panel includes a bipartisan group of WASHINGTON, D.C. veterans who represent many music industry stakeholders. Panelists include BMI Senior Vice President FRED CANNON; RIAA Senior Vice President MITCH GLAZIER; consultant VICTORIA BASSETTI and consultant ELIZABETH FRAZEE.
This fourth installment of NARM's ENTERTAINMENT LAW CONFERENCE SERIES will take place on NOVEMBER 9th at NASHVILLE's HUTTON HOTEL. The event is being hosted in collaboration the COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION (CMA) and is part of the official schedule of events leading up to "The 44th Annual CMA AWARDS," which will be held WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10th at 8p (ET) at the BRIDGESTONE ARENA in NASHVILLE, TN and broadcast live on ABC-TV.
Registration is $199 for NARM and CMA members, $249 for non-members and $99 for students and artists. To register, visit musiclaw1109.eventbrite.com/.