Over 700 attendees will be on hand at the Future of Music Policy Summit May 2-3 at George Washington University.

WASHINGTON--Over 700 attendees will be on hand at the Future of Music Policy Summit May 2-3 at George Washington University.

The summit provides a forum to discuss music, technology and public policy.

Keynote speakers include Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minn., FCC commissioner Michael Copps and Real Networks CEO Rob Glaser.

Among the 70 panelists are recording artist Suzanne Vega, ASCAP senior VP Chris Amenita, Consumer Electronics Assn. chairman/CEO Gary Shapiro, Congressman Jim Cooper, D-Tenn., and Koleman Strumpf, an economist from the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill, who co-authored new a hotly contested study indicating that P2P downloading has not hurt CD sales.