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.
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