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    12:30 PM
    to 1:45 PM

    Mobile Devices And Concepts Of Tomorrow Here Today
    100 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 4th Floor, Room 405
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator: Peter Kirn, Editor-In-Chief, createdigitalmusic.com
    Tom Constabile, Manager, Business Development & Partnerships, Verizon
    Jonathan Dworkin, Head of Major Label Relations, Nokia
    Will Mills, Music & Content Director, Shazam
    Michael Schneider, CEO, Mobile Roadie
    event::about  Technology is moving faster than you think. Not only are advanced devices being built, but more importantly there are advanced minds behind the scenes who know where these concepts are headed. Meet some of the players in this fast-growing subculture.

    12:30 PM
    to 1:45 PM

    The Anatomy Of The Live College Performance Market
    117 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 4th Floor, Room 405
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator:Ari Nisman, President/CEO, Degy Booking International, Inc.
    Jesse Kirshbaum, CEO/Talent Agent, The New Universal Entertainment Agency
    Jim Moeller, President, Soulever Music Corp.
    Jennifer M. Mussi, Ph.D., Assistant Dean, Fordham University
    Ari, Nisman, President/CEO, Degy Booking International, Inc.
    Shayna Zaid, Independent Entertainment Professional
    event::about  College gigs are a great way for a band to get exposure, get experience, and most importantly get paid. This panel will discuss ways to break into the scene and how to sustain exposure, sales, and credibility.

    2:00 PM
    to 3:15 PM

    A View Of The Music Industry From A Youthful Perspective
    84 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 4th Floor, Room 405
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator: Lindsey Cook, A&R, MySpace Records
    Ivan, Guitarist/Songwriter, Tiny Masters of Today
    Alex Beer, Student; Lead Guitarist, The Ivy League
    Zach Sang, Teen Radio Station Host & Producer, WZAP Internet Radio
    Sarah Solovay, Artist/Singer/Songwriter
    event::about  When you're a teenager, music fuels angst, love, rebellion and freedom. Now cast all that romance aside and find out what "the music industry" actually means to an aspiring (and credible) musician or music consumer under the age of 16. This interesting cast of panelists will surprise you with their fresh outlook, ideas and ideals.

    3:30 PM
    to 4:45 PM

    Now More Than Ever: The Importance Of Music Education
    53 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 4th Floor, Room 405
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator: Irwin Kornfeld, CEO, In Tune Partners
    Jim Anderson, Professor, New York University
    David Fish, Associate Professor of Music, Catawba College
    Charlie Sanders, Attorney, Songwriters Guild of America; NYU
    JD Souther, Artist/Songwriter/Record Label Owner
    event::about  The music industry has been turned upside down with monetization and is underscored by a host of "wild-west" sensibilities. With all this uncertainty and unruliness, what's the business curriculum inside modern day music education programs look like? Is a changing environment opening up doors for new opportunity and are those concepts being taught with the proper insight?
     

     

    12:30 PM
    to 1:45 PM

    Music For Good
    66 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 4th Floor, Room 405
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator: Steven Smith, Entertainment Correspondent, Fuse, MySpace
    Alexander Collins, Artist Liaison/Tour Coordinator, Invisible Children, Inc.
    Phillip Crosby, Director, Special Events, Charity:Water
    Casey McPherson, Artist, Alpha Rev
    Jamie Tworkowski, Founder, To Write Love On Her Arms
    event::about  Music has long been a vehicle and a voice for change. Today, there is an exciting new wave of non-profits helping people to solve problems through different means. A common thread among these powerful yet generous organizations is that the music community has played a major role in their growth. Join us as leaders from both music and charity discuss the countless opportunities to partner for good.

    3:30 PM
    to 4:45 PM

    Deja Vu All Over Again
    40 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 4th Floor, Room 405
    eventtype  Panel, Film Festival
      Moderator: John Seabrook, Writer, The New Yorker
    Matt Dentler, Head of Programming, Cinetic Rights Management
    Ira Deutchman, Managing Partner, Emerging Pictures
    Nick Gordon, Attorney, Franklin, Weinrib, Rudell & Vassallo
    event::about  Illegal downloads, piracy, digital self-distribution, the death of physical media: sounds like the music industry a decade ago. Or is it the state of the film industry today? What can the film world learn from the experiences of the music industry in grappling with the most important survival issue it faces today? This panel brings together leading figures in the film and music industries as they exchange insights and experiences in this critical arena.

    3:30 PM
    to 4:45 PM

    Not Oil And Water: Connecting the Physical and Digital Music Product Relationship
    89 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 4th Floor, Room 405
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator: Alicia Yaffe, VP, New Media & Strategic Marketing, Rocket Science
    Matt Laszuk, President, Iris Distribution
    Molly Neuman, Director, Label Relations, eMusic
    Vicki Saunders, VP, Digital Media & Music Marketing, TouchTunes Corporation
    Eric Tobin, Director, Sales & Artist Development, Hopeless Records
    event::about  How far apart are digital and physical distribution channels? This panel delves deep with a cutting edge look at concepts such as bringing the digital world into physical retail, rebuilding albums as a creative "experience," and the mergence of these two industry mindsets.
     

     

    3:30 PM
    to 4:45 PM

    The Bitter Truth: When Your Live Show Sucks
    60 schedule::attendees
    Location NYU, Kimmel Center, 4th Floor, Room 405
    eventtype  Panel
      Moderator: John Battaglia, Founder, The Rockstar in You
    Ed Johnson, Manager, Artist Relations, A&R Unlimited
    Sam McTrusty, Musician, Twin Atlantic
    Mary Rahmani, Manager of A&R, Razor and Tie
    event::about  You'll notice the first red flag when your friends and fans tell you how much they enjoyed your live show, but they continue to be the only ones showing up. A lack of retail sales has put the focus on the live show as a way to generate income. And if you are looking for funding, a mediocre live show is usually the deal breaker. This panel hashes out how your show can gain impact with fans and investors, while remaining true to your sound.
     


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