On September 25, 2009, David Oxenford moderated a panel at the NAB Radio Show in Philadelphia called "The Day the Music Died – Streaming, The Performance Tax and Other Copyright Issues."  In addition to the music royalties involved in webcasting and the possible broadcast performance royalty, the panel discussed other copyright issues, including the state of the current negotiations between the Radio Music Licensing Committee and ASCAP and BMI over composer’s royalties for broadcast stations, and issues about licensing music for podcast and mobile applications.  Panelists included Bill Velez, head of the Radio Music Licensing Committee, which is conducting the ASCAP and BMI negotiations, and Jack Donlevie, the General Counsel of Entercom, who was involved in the negotiations of the Broadcaster-SoundExchange settlement on Internet Radio Royalties.