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Friday, March 15 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Who's Ripping Me Off Now?

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In June 2012, a blog post by musician David Lowery set off a firestorm. Written to an intern at NPR who admitted to not having paid for the 11,000 tracks in her collection, the post generated more than a million views in just one week and numerous media stories. In its wake, musicians, fans and the industry were all re-evaluating long held beliefs. Who is "the man" today? Can the Internet be both innovative and ethical? Who speaks for the artists? And what obligation does the fan have to his or her favorite artists (if any)?
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Daryl Friedman

Chief Advocacy & Industry Rel OfficerThe Recording AcademyDaryl P. Friedman is Chief Advocacy & Industry Relations Officer for The Recording Academy (The GRAMMY organization). Called “the D.C. chief for music’s creative community” by Daily Variety, Friedman serves as the Washington... Read More →
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East Bay Ray

ArtistDead KennedysEast Bay Ray is the guitarist and a songwriter for Dead Kennedys. The group has been called "one of the most popular and important American hardcore punk bands of the late seventies/early eighties" by the Rough Guide to Rock and “the undoubted kings of U.S. punk... Read More →



Friday March 15, 2013 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Austin Convention Center, Room 10AB 500 E Cesar Chavez St

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