San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2010
The Bandwidth Music - Technology Conference, the annual gathering of music, digital music, technology and media professionals, has announced additional speakers. The conference will take place on August 19 and 20, 2010 in San Francisco.
Speakers will lead boardroom style sessions where attendees can take part in the conversation. Bandwidth explores the evolving musical experience -- how people discover, purchase, interact with, and are exposed to new music -- with a focus on marketing, fan behavior, current trends, and future forecasts.
Speakers announced to be part of Bandwidth 2010 include:
- Daren Tsui, CEO and Co-founder, mSpot, Inc.
- Jeremy Welt, SVP New Media, Warner Bros. Records
- Aaron Ford, VP, Music Industry Relations & Business Development, Grooveshark
- Stephen White, Senior Vice President of Product and Content Management, Gracenote
- Michael Papish, Product Development Director, Rovi
- Ted Cohen, Managing Partner, TAG Strategic
They join previously announced speakers Zeeshan Zaidi, Chief Operating Officer, LimeWire; Larry Weintraub, CEO and co-founder, Fanscape; Kelli Richards, President & CEO, The All Access Group; Adam Farrell, VP of Marketing, Beggars Group; Gregor Dodson, Director of Product Management, IODA; Rich Bengloff, President, A2IM; Gabe Beneveniste, CEO, SonicLiving; Kristen Bender, Director, Digital Product Development, UMGD; Matt Graves, Communications Director, Twitter; Lee Hammond, Interscope Geffen A&M Records; Brad Navin, Chief Executive Officer, The Orchard; Tricia Rice, Director of Digital Media, Welk Music Group (Vanguard Records/Sugar Hill Records); David Katznelson, President, Birdman Recording Group; Jonny Sabbath, Director of Social Media, William Morris Endeavor Entertainment; and Daniel Scheinman, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Cisco Media Solutions Group.
Also previously announced is a featured conversation with Jac Holzman. Mr. Holzman was the Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Creative Head of Elektra Records (1950) and Nonesuch Records (1964), and he was instrumental in the careers of The Doors, Bread, Love, Carly Simon, Harry Chapin, Iggy & The Stooges, Queen and numerous others. 2010 marks the 60th Anniversary of the founding of Elektra Records.
Additional information can be found at http://www.bandwidthconference.com