Alexandra Patsavas of Chop Shop Music Supervision to be Featured at Bandwidth Music | Technology Conference

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The Bandwidth Conference gathers professionals in the music, technology and media worlds and explores the evolving musical experience. Bandwidth 2008 takes place August 14 and 15 in San Francisco.

Alexandra Patsavas, head of the Los Angeles-based firm Chop Shop Music Supervision, will be a featured speaker at the Bandwidth Conference 2008. Patsavas was named as the 2006 "Entertainment Marketer of the Year" by Advertising Age for her work choosing music for some of the most-watched television shows of the past 10 years, including Grey's Anatomy, The O.C., Gossip Girl, and Without A Trace. Patsavas has also been named one of Variety's 50 honorees for their annual "Women's Impact Report," and featured as one of Billboard's "Top Women In Music." Last year, Patsavas formed Chop Shop Records. The label's roster features singer/songwriters Jade McNelis and Anya Marina, and indie-pop band The Republic Tigers.

The Bandwidth Conference focuses on the ways people discover, purchase, interact with, and are exposed to music, and explores the evolving musical experience with panels on marketing, fan behavior, trends and future forecasts. Bandwidth is geared at professionals in the music, digital music, music technology and media worlds and takes place August 14 and 15, 2008 in San Francisco.

Other speakers set to appear at this year's conference include Jonathan Poneman, Co-Founder, Sub Pop; Susan Bonds, President & CEO, and Alex Lieu, Creative Officer, 42 Entertainment; Randy Leasure, Sr. Director Global Digital Business Group, Sony/BMG Music Entertainment; Scott Schaefer, Label Manager, Bloodshot Records; Vickie Starr, Co-Owner, Girlie Action Media and Marketing; Nish Nadaraja, Director of Marketing, Yelp; Eric Johnson, President and COO, Wolfgang's Vault and dozens of others. For a current list of all speakers, see

Panels at this year's conference include "Here There And Everywhere" which tackles the issues of international digital music distribution, "Brand" which discusses artist/company partnerships, and "Word of Mouse" which looks at marketing through social networks.

Visit the Bandwidth Conference website for registration and complete session details at


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