San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2008
The Bandwidth Conference announced today that Jonathan Poneman, co-founder of influential label Sub Pop, will be a featured speaker at the conference to be held this August in San Francisco. At Sub Pop, Mr. Poneman has been influential in the success of Nirvana, The Shins, The Postal Service, Soundgarden and many others.
The Bandwidth Conference is geared at professionals in the music, technology and media worlds and takes place August 14 and 15, 2008 in San Francisco, and explores the evolving musical experience, with panels on marketing, fan behavior, trends and future forecasts, and an examination of the ways people discover, purchase, interact with, and are exposed to music.
Other speakers set to appear at this year's conference include Tim McQuaid, President, Fan Asylum; Kevin Arnold, Founder/CEO, IODA; Ian C. Rogers, TopSpin: David Rosenheim, CEO, JamBase; Greg Werckman, Co-owner, Ipecac Recordings and dozens of others. Further speakers will be announced shortly. For a current list of all speakers, see http://www.bandwidthconference.com.
Panels at this year's conference include "Brand" which discusses music as a soundtrack for the artist as a brand and the trends and future outlook for 360 deals; "If It's Too Loud" which will take a look at marketing to the mature demographic in the digital age, and "Masters Of Their Domain" which looks at the possibilities, realities and future for established artists who bypass labels and create a central hub for their music, touring, and fans.
Visit the Bandwidth Conference website for registration and complete session details at http://www.bandwidthconference.com. The early registration deadline for the $275 pass to the Bandwidth Conference ends May 31st.
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