BBM/Black Music Congress presents Copyright + Music Industry + Music Industry Education: 2010, Where Are we At? A free conference at Houses Of Parliament with Minister for Higher Education & Intellectual Property David Lammy MP and stakeholders covering legal, consumers, musicians, music industry and education.
This free conference aims to bring both key and marginalised stakeholders under one roof, with Government ministers to hear about the latest devdeopment in an industry in a state of flux, in order to best empowerourselves to deal with the coming challenges.
Confirmed panellists represent the following orgabnisations: 2Point9 Management; AIM; BPI; Collage Arts; IFPI; Open Rights Group; MPA, MU; PPL; UK Music; Uni. Of Hertfordshire; Uni. Of Westminster. Chair & Angel's Advocate is BBM/BMC founder Kwaku. Our Host is Brent South MP and Youth Citizens & Youth Engagement minister Dawn Butler.
For more information: email@example.com. Pre Booking is necessary. This booking does not guarantee a place, it's only an expression of interest - those with confirmed bookings will receive further information, including full venue details by March 19 2010. Everyone who expresses an interest, will however receive report and subsequent resources.
Hlouse Of Commons, is part of the Houses Of Parliament. It's the political heart of Great Britain.
Nearest tube: Westminster - Julibee, Circle and District lines.
Depending on the number of visitors trying to get in, security checks, IDing, etc can take some time, so factor in at least 5 minutes for this.
By Parliament Square, London SW1 0AA.
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