San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2008
The Bandwidth Conference is an unique and intimate gathering of over 200 professionals from the music and digital music industries that takes place August 14 and 15, 2008 in San Francisco. Bandwidth 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.
Keynote speakers are Jonathan Poneman, Co-Founder of Sub Pop Records, the Seattle-based label currently celebrating its twentieth anniversary; Alexandra Patsavas of Chop Shop Music, the influential music supervisor who selects the music for television shows such as Grey's Anatomy, The O.C., Gossip Girl, and Mad Men, and who recently started her own label Chop Shop Records; and Susan Bonds, CEO/Founder and Alex Lieu, Chief Creative Officer of 42 Entertainment, the Pasadena-based agency designed a groundbreaking experience to generate buzz around the much-anticipated Nine Inch Nails album "Year Zero."
Panels include "The Crystal Ball Panel" which is a wide-ranging conversation on where the music industry is heading, "Word Of Mouse" which looks at social media marketing, and "360 Degrees of Speculation" which looks at 360 artist deals.
Current speakers include Kevin Arnold, CEO/Founder, IODA; Ted Cohen, TAG Strategic; Richard Gottehrer, Founder and Chief Creative Office, The Orchard; David Hyman, CEO, MOG; Steve Jang, CMO, imeem; Randy Leasure, Sr Dir. Global Digital Business Group, Sony/BMG Music Entertainment and Ian C. Rogers, CEO, Topspin. For a full list, please visit the website.
The early registration deadline for the $350 pass to the Bandwidth Conference ends July 31st. Visit the Bandwidth Conference website at http://www.bandwidthconference.com for complete session details and further information.