The Bandwidth Music | Technology Conference 2009 Announces the "Library Sessions" - Music and Digital Music Discussions

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The Bandwidth Conference gathers music, technology, digital music, and media professionals to explore the ever-evolving music experience. Bandwidth 2009 takes place on August 27 and 28 in San Francisco.

At the Bandwidth Music | Technology Conference, the attendees can participate in the discussion on digital music, the future of the music industry, and the evolving musical experience with industry pioneers and leaders. The annual gathering of music, digital music, and media professionals which takes place on August 27 and 28, 2009 in San Francisco 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.

"The feedback we got from attendees from previous years was they wanted more opportunities to join in the conversation," said co-producer Ashli Lewis, "so last year we implemented the Library Sessions, which were very well received." Led by industry leaders, these intimate sessions introduce a topic, and give everyone a chance to be part of the proceedings. This year, the library sessions will include a discussion on Live Music led by David Rosenheim, CEO, JamBase; a discussion of business and pricing models by Steve Grady, President and COO, RoyaltyShare, and a session led by Stephen White, Vice President Product and Content Management, Gracenote on putting artists together with fans through the use of rich interactions.

Previously announced keynote speakers for Bandwidth 2009 include Cory Ondrejka, Executive Vice President, Digital Marketing for EMI; Livia Tortella, GM/EVP of Marketing and Creative Media at Atlantic Records; Ian Rogers, Chief Executive Officer of Topspin, Charles Caldas, CEO, Merlin; and Jeff Price, founder and CEO of TuneCore. Each speaker will provide a unique perspective on the current state of the industry and identify the key opportunities and challenges for today's music, media, and tech professionals.

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