Mrs. Saucier Goes to Washington

Some nights you drift off to sleep knowing you fully lived into your purpose. This past week was such a week and has been information overload. I feel smarter than I did this time last week, which is always a really good thing. Still, overload.

Each month I have the wonderful opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. and take part in the Broadcast Leadership Training school offer by the National Association of Broadcasters. (Stay tuned for a future article about my experience and my classmates.) In a period of 24 hours, I heard remarks from FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly in an intimate setting of less than 20 people, attended a breakfast meeting at The Library of Congress, i.e. home of The Copyright Office and met with all of the delegation from Mississippi in Congress.

While I normally have a post that, I hope, is filled with legal nuggets of interesting and entertaining intellectual property and entertainment law knowledge, I thought I would take this week to post some photos of my most recent travels.  This week the photos sum up my words better than I can.

NAB building

Outside the NAB Building in D.C.

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Library of Congress and home of The Copyright Office

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Another view of The Library of Congress

WUSA Visit

WUSA Studios

I get by with a little help from my NAB BLT classmates.

I get by with a little help from my NAB BLT classmates.

Supreme Court

United States Supreme Court

Capitol Renovation

Under renovation, but still beautiful.

Mississippi on display in the foyer of The Library of Congress showing the world its contribution to musical history.

Mississippi on display in the foyer of The Library of Congress showing the world its contribution to musical history.

Be sure to follow the Blurred Lines trial that is going on now.  Robin Thicke showed up with a keyboard on the stand yesterday!  This could prove to be VERY legally entertaining.  Watch for a new post soon about this case.  Take part in the Comments section below and Stay Tuned In!

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One thought on “Mrs. Saucier Goes to Washington

  1. Pingback: All Good Things: Graduating with the National Association of Broadcasters | Statute of RyAnne

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