Oregon Senator Ron Wyden (D), who introduced the Internet Radio Fairness Act (S.3609) in the Senate in September will keynote the Future of Music Summit this Tuesday (November 13) in Washington, D.C.
The Future of Music Coalition has also just announced the event will begin with Pandora founder Tim Westergren (replacing CEO Joe Kennedy) in a one-on-one with music journalist Greg Kot.
The sold-out Summit event will be webcast live by Backbone Networks (and available on TuneIn), and listeners will be able to submit questions for speakers via Twitter and Facebook. Backbone, in fact, has also set up a "preview station" using its OnAirStudio and OnAirDisplay software. The preview station is now available and features highlights from past FoMC Summits.
See the full event agenda here.
The FoMC is a D.C.-based national nonprofit organization to represent musicians' interests. Read more about Tuesday's Summit event here.