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International Webcasting Association to Rally Membership on Copyright Controversy - Two Webcasts, Live from Washington D.C.

A Call to Action: CARP and What it Means for Webcasters

Interactive Town Hall Meeting of Webcasters May 9, 1-4 PM EST, and Coverage of U.S. Copyright
Office Roundtable May 10, 9-5 PM EST

US Copyright Office Roundtable Panel Speakers Click here

Press Release



Breaking News: Librarian of Congress May 21st order, rejecting CARP
panel recommendations and delaying final decision for 30 days

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The International Webcasting Association (IWA) is a world wide nonprofit trade organization dedicated to the advancement of webcasting and streaming media. The IWA serves as the meeting place for companies active or interested in the delivery of multimedia services to individual or business customers via the Internet or other networks. Membership includes content companies, virtual webcasters, companies that webcast for internal corporate purposes, technology companies, content aggregators and service bureaus.

IWA serves its membership by providing a community for members to achieve their goals through information, networking, and education, along with public relations support and advocacy on legislative issues that promote and protect the interests of webcasters around the world.

Deploying the very technology that gave birth to the industry it represents, The International Webcasting Association (IWA), in cooperation with TVWorldwide.com announced a joint effort to produce two webcasts on important copyright issues that may change the face of the webcast industry. In an effort to unite and inform its members and the webcasting industry at large, the IWA will dedicate the second in a series of on-line Worldwide Town Meetings of Webcasters to the implications of the Copyright Office recommendations. This will be webcast on May 9 from 1PM-4 PM EDT. This will be followed the next day with live coverage of the U.S. Copyright Office’s important roundtable discussion on the proposed guidelines for webcasters to give the required notice of copyrighted material they webcast and to maintain webcast records. The roundtable will be held May 10 from 9AM-5PM EDT. Both webcasts will originate from Washington D.C. and be freely available at www.webcasters.org and www.tvworldwide.com. Event sponsors include Streaming Magazine, the nationally syndicated “On-Line Tonight” radio show featuring David Lawrence and other sponsors currently lining up to support the webcasts.

Schedule May 9, 2002
Sponsor Features of Approximately 5 min. will be Presented Between Panels
1:00-1:15 PM Welcome and opening remarks
  Introduction of Sponsors
  Dave Gardy TVWorldwide.com
  Susan Pickering Executive Director, IWA
1:15-2:00 PM Overview of CARP and Royalty Issues and State of the Webcast Industry
  What is the big picture and what is at stake?
Moderator
Peggy Miles Intervox
Panelists
David Lawrence Radio Host On-Line Tonight
  Roger Dean Lehman Bros., Chairman IWA
  Heather Shay-Peters Radiodelray.com
  David Landis Ultimate 80's
  John Simson Sound Exchange
2:00-2:30 PM Legal and Regulatory Facts Surrounding CARP
  Where are we in the process and how does it work?
Moderator
Dave Oxenford Shaw Pittman
Panelists
Karin Ablin Wiley Rein & Felding
  Dineen Wasylik Wiley Rein & Felding
  TBD  
2:30-3:00 PM Technology Issues and the State-of-the-Art in the Webcasting Industry
  What technologies are changing the face of webcasting?
Moderator
Dave Gardy TVWorldwide.com
Panelists
Ken Santucci Amprod
  Mark Maxey TVWorldwide.com, formerly with Digital Island, Akamai
  Doug Wyllie Streaming Magazine
3:00-4:00 PM The Call to Action: What the Webcasting Industry Must do Next
  What Now?
Moderator
Peggy Miles Intervox
Panelists
Dave Oxenford Shaw Pittman
  Steve Wolf Professional Products
  Dave Gardy TVWorldwide.com
  David Lawrence Radio Host On-Line Tonight
  Heather Shay-Peters Radiodelray.com
  Bill Goldsmith Radio Paradise.com

Sponsors: JVC, IWA, TVWorldwide.com, Streaming Magazine, "onLine Tonight"

US Copyright Office Roundtable Panel Speakers

Panel I

Reporting to Determine Royalty Allocation

Panel II

Reporting to Monitor Compliance with Terms of License

Panel III

Small Businesses

Future of Music Coalition (Jenny Toomey) Music Choice (Amy Bushyeager) WCPE (Deborah Proctor)
Recording Industry Association of America (Steve Marks or other) DMX Music, Inc. (Barry Knittel) Arbitron (Joan FitzGerald)
SoundExchange (John Simson or other) Muzak (Chuck Walker) Spacial AudioSolutions (Bryan Payne)
Digital Media Association (Jonathan Potter or other) Digital Media Association (Jonathan Potter or other) RAS Records (Gary Himelfarb)
National Association of Broadcasters et al. (Bruce Joseph) Yahoo! (Alex Maghen) Collegiate Broadcasters, Inc. (Will Robedee)
Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (Frederick Kass or William Malone) Ultimate-80s (Dave Landis) Future of Music Coalition (Brian Zisk)
XM Satellite Radio (Cynthia Greer) iM Radio (MaryMcCann) SoundExchange (John Simson or other)
Websound (Glen Fisher) XM Satellite Radio & Sirius Satellite Radio (Bruce Joseph) Massanutten Broadcasting System, Inc. (David Eshleman)
American Federation of Musicians (Patricia Polach) Recording Industry Association of America (Steve Marks or other) University of Louisiana at Monroe/KXUL (Joel Willer)
Beethoven.com (Kevin Shively) SoundExchange (John Simson or other) RAIN Publications (Kurt Hanson or Paul Maloney)
Yahoo! (Alex Maghen) American Federation of Musicians (Patricia Polach) International Webcasting Association (Peggy Miles)
Radio Computing Services, Inc. (Elliot Mazer) Clear Channel (Brian Parsons or Karyn Ablin) American Federation of Musicians (Patricia Polach)
3WK LLC (Wanda Atkinson) Twangcast.com (Michael Hays) Digitally Imported Radio (Gary Dobek)
MediaUnbound, Inc. (Michael Papish) International Webcasters Association (Brad Pumphrey) Radioio.com (Mike Roe)
DMX Music, Inc. (Barry Knittel) IBC (Joseph Buczynski) Rep. Dennis Kucinich (Martin Gelfand)

 

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