Following a keynote speech Monday (May 3) by FCC commissioner Michael Copps, attendees at the second day of the Future of Music Policy Summit at George Washington University will hear from panelists r

WASHINGTON, D.C.--Following a keynote speech Monday (May 3) by FCC commissioner Michael Copps, attendees at the second day of the Future of Music Policy Summit at George Washington University will hear from panelists ranging from rock stars to federal lawmakers.

Here's just a sampling of Monday's panelists: Jim Griffin, CEO of Cherry Lane Digital; Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz of the Talking Heads and Tom Tom Club; Cary Sherman, president of the Recording Industry Assn. of America; Robert Kasunic, principal legal advisor, U.S. Copyright Office; Sandy Pearlman, VP of media development at Multicast Technologies; Chellie Pingree, president and CEO of Common Cause, and Jim Winston, executive director of the National Association of Black-Owned Broadcasters.

Also on panels are David Carson, general counsel, U.S. Copyright Office; Barton Herbison, executive director, Nashville Songwriters Association International; Suzanne Vega, songwriter and performer; Lee Carosi, majority counsel, Senate Commerce Committee; Adam Eisgrau, executive director, P2P United and Rep. Jim Cooper , D-Tenn.

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