Digital Media Wire Announces Agenda & Speakers for Digital Music Forum East in New York City, Feb. 26-27

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The two-day event, which is produced in association with the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), is the industry's only comprehensive digital music conference focused on the evolution and future of digital music.

Digital Media Wire is pleased to announce agenda and speakers for the upcoming Digital Music Forum East (http://www.digitalmusicforum.com/east) to be held at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City, NY on Tuesday, February 26 and Wednesday, February 27, 2008.

The two-day event, which is produced in association with the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), is the industry's only comprehensive digital music conference focused on the evolution and future of digital music. The conference agenda, which includes senior participants from all four major labels, leading indie labels, social networks, online music retailers, mobile companies, artists and association heads, includes compelling roundtable discussions and panels on the following topics:

  • The State of the Digital Union
  • Social Networking & Music Discovery And What It All Means For Music Businesses
  • The Future of Mobile Music
  • Top Digital Media Trends Impacting The Music Business
  • The Copyright Debate: Is The System Broken? If So, How Do We Fix It?
  • Global Music Marketing In The Digital Age
  • The Kids Are Alright: The Tween, Teen, & College Market For Music
  • Digital Rights And Clearances For Music
  • The Indie Takeover?
  • A&R In The Digital Age

The event features keynotes from Gary Shapiro, President, CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association, Thomas Hesse, President of Global Digital Business, Sony BMG Music Entertainment, David Pakman, CEO, eMusic and Michael Robertson, Founder, MP3.com and MP3Tunes. Attendees are over 500 decision-makers from record labels, music publishers, producers and distributors, technology companies, wireless companies, rights organizations, industry bodies, radio, advertising, attorneys, artists, investors and venture capitalists.
Please see attached list for a complete list of speakers.

Event sponsors and media partners include Red Velvet, Manatt, Loeb & Loeb, OurStage, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Passalong Networks, Mozes, Fish & Richardson, Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP, Fifth Generation Systems, TargetSpot, Thumbplay, Music Choice, Javien, Pollstar, Filter Magazine, A2IM, KCRW, NARIP, UCLA Anderson School of Management, Midem, EMF, Parks Associates, New York-Tokyo and NVPR.

For complete agenda, registration and event details please visit: http://www.digitalmusicforum.com/east.
In addition to the Digital Music Forum West, Digital Media Wire will also host the Millennials Conference in Toronto on March 5, 2008 at Canadian Music Week. Other prominent Digital Media Wire events include the Games & Mobile Forum; Digital Music Forum West: Mobile Games Insider, The Millennials, and the Washington Digital Media Conference, which it produces in tandem with Potomac Tech Wire.

About Digital Media Wire, Inc:
Digital Media Wire is an events, news, and publishing company serving the digital entertainment & media industry since May 2000. Digital Media Wire produces executive forums featuring the leading executives in digital media and entertainment. Digital Media Wire also publishes an authoritative daily email newsletter and industry directory. For more information, please visit: http://www.digitalmediawire.com.

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Ellen Gildersleeve
Digital Media Wire, Inc.
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