PREVIEW: New Music Seminar: Feb 2010 [video]


You might’ve clicked on this article because you recognized the event name or the logo; maybe you’re really into music and you’re curious; or most likely because you’re ready for your big break.  Read this, scroll down, and if you think you’re really ready, click “register”.


The New Music Seminar in Los Angeles, CA takes place February 2, 2010 at the Henry Fonda Theater.  This low-cost one day event will give you the knowledge and the tools to step into tomorrow’s music business today.

Check out this video, see if it doesn’t get you excited, then scroll down for  even more details.

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How the Day will Go

The day will kick off with a keynote speech, followed by four sessions filled with vital information on how to see it and how to do it, accompanied by the New Music Seminar Guide Book filled with important contact information and vital new music business basics.

Meet with all the delegates, sponsors and players attending New Music Seminar Los Angeles with some of the hottest DJ’s on the scene today:

Last event's notable speakers:The Players for The New Music  Seminar Second Movement, "Fan Relationship Management:  Quit Your  Day Job" on July 21st at New York University: Standing left to  right are Tom Silverman (Founder and Director NMS/Co-Conductor),Emily  White (Partner, Whitesmith Entertainment), Ted Cohen (Managing Partner,  TAG Strategic / Co-Conductor), Terry McBride (CEO, Nettwerk), Steve  Greenberg (CEO and Founder, S-Curve Records) and Tim Westergren (Founder  and CSO, Pandora)Some of last New Music Seminar’s notable speakers, including: Steve Greenberg (CEO and Founder, S-Curve Records) and Tim Westergren (Founder and CSO, Pandora).

Speakers and key players include: Daniel Ek (Founder, Spotify) Tom Silverman (NMS Founder and Director, Tommy Boy), Frank Cooper (Chief Marketing Officer, Pepsi), Bryan Calhoun (VP, New Media & External Affairs Sound Exchange), Michael Doernberg (Founder, Ian Rogers (President, Topspin), Bruce Houghton (Owner, Skyline Music, Hypebot).

Jon Healey (Conductor) (Editorial Writer Los Angeles Times), Corey Denis (CEO, The Corey Group LLC, Digital Music Strategies, Greg Estes (VP, Marketing & Client Services, Mozes), Derek Sivers (Founder CD Baby), Alex Patsavas (Music Supervisor, Chop Shop), Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins (Producer,  Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins).

On stage from the last New Music Seminar

Jason Bentley (Conductor) (Program Director,  KCRW), Jason Tranter (Lead Singer, Semi Precious Weapons), Tom Jackson (President, Tom Jackson Productions), Elliott Wilson (Founder/CEO, Rap Radar)

Dave Lory (Conductor) (Chairman/CEO, DJL Live Music Productions), Martin Atkins (Author, Tour:Smart, Invisible Records), Elliott Lefko (Vice President, Golden Voice, AEG Live), Kevin Lyman (President, 4Fini Productions, Warped Tour) , Marty Winsch (CEO/President, Mountain Entertainment), Marty Diamond (President, Paradigm Agency)

The” Schmoozatorium” will have important industry exhibitors and an opportunity for you to network with the other Seminar delegates. Delegates will also receive the New Music Seminar NMS Directory, an invaluable guide filled with vital information, including forms, contacts and discount offers worth well over $100.

DATE: February 2, 2010

LOCATION:Henry Fonda Theater

6126 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Price: $175

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