WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Digital Freedom Campaign proudly presents DC DOES TX, at South by Southwest (SXSW) 2008 in Austin, Texas. DC DOES TX will feature 8 up-and-coming bands from the Washington, DC area at Austin's Cream Vintage (Guadalupe Location) on March 13, 2008 from 12pm-7pm.
As we countdown to SXSW, the DC DOES TX site: http://dcdoestx.blogspot.com, will feature the bands as well as a raffle for free electronic gadgets facilitating listening and viewing enjoyment - whenever, wherever, and however you want, so come back often to the DC DOES TX site. The Digital Freedom Campaign DC DOES TX party will be rocking along with the following lineup of surging talent:
Jukebox the Ghost
Middle Distance Runner
These United States
Each band to be featured at DC DOES TX has a unique story about how digital technology is vital to reaching new audiences and to furthering their music careers. The Digital Freedom Campaign works to maximize these opportunities while ensuring that consumers, innovators and content creators are treated fairly. You can learn more about the Digital Freedom Campaign, of which each DC DOES TX band is a member, at www.digitalfreeedom.org to learn more about protecting your digital rights as a consumer, artist, creator, and innovator!
To sign up for the DC DOES TX party (March 13, 2008) and to be included in our giveaway raffle, please RSVP to [email protected]. Must be present to win. For more information, check out our website at http://dcdoestx.blogspot.com, or email us at [email protected] or [email protected].
About Digital Freedom: Digital technology enables literally anyone and everyone to be a creator, an innovator or an artist – to produce music, to create cutting-edge videos and photos, and to share their creative work. Digital technology empowers individuals to enjoy these new works when, where, and how they want, and to participate in the artistic process. These are basic freedoms that must be protected and nurtured. The Digital Freedom campaign is dedicated to defending the rights of students, artists, innovators, and consumers to create and make lawful use of new technologies free of unreasonable government restrictions and without fear of costly and abusive lawsuits. www.digitalfreedom.org.
Official Website: http://dcdoestx.blogspot.com
Added by TheHighwayGirl on February 27, 2008