Michael Bracy is giving an overview of the policy affecting the music industry in the past decade or so. Then I realize some of these things, that have an incredible impact on today's music industry, happened over a decade ago, before we even listened to music online!
I'm going to paraphrase the four point plan to reform radio/Fixing Radio Agenda he's talking about
1. Holding radio consolidation
2. Expand and strengthen community radio (expand low power radio)
3. End structural payola
4. Public performance right for terrestrial radio (50% of the songs on the radio are over 10 years old, how do we question this in a way that doesn't hurt community radio and small stations
(and now, we're going to talk about broadband)