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Making Money from Music:
- Web, Digital, and Mobile Services that Generate Revenue and Promotion
- Discover the Forces Driving Customers, Listeners, Processes, Technology, and Revenue for Music
We cover these topics in roundtable discussions during dinner, and a keynote panel.
Roundtable Disccusions on These Topics:
Collecting Royalties for Songwriters, Performers and Musicians:
What are the hottest trends for streaming music and audio services, and how do they generate revenue? Are your songs being streamed on Pandora, Spotify, 8 Drive, Groove Shark, ? Have you ever performed music on TV? Do you know about ASCAPlus, BMI Live or AARC royalties? What is the range of revenue streams and how can you track and enforce?
Discovery of Music and Live Performances
What are trnds of how consumer discover music? How important is touring and concerts to promoting new artists? How are music bloggers influential in promoting new music and how do you contact them?
Using Social Media and Mobile Apps for Promoting Your Sales
Learn about using Facebook, PInterest,Twitter to promote your music brand. How can you use these tools to increase sales and brand awareness? What are new tools to use?
Selecting a Business Model - Fremium, Subscription, Pay per Use,
What are successful business models and what to avoid? What are key factors in creating a successful music marketplace?
Who Should Attend
Anyone connected to the music industry: artists, manager, songwriters, publishers, digital media, composers, investors, service providers, financial services, web services, performers, musicians, attorneys, venues, digital services, mobile, investors, video, music consumers.
DETAILS OF SCHEDULE
5:30-6:00 Registration and Tours
6:00-6:50 Panel Discussion
6:50-7:10 Using Web Tools to Sell Tickets and Promote Music
7:10-7:50 Dinner, Drinks, View Startup Demos
7:50-8:50 Roundtable Discussions
Sit at Roundtables for Small Group Discussions on Specific Topics listed above; or you can choose to continue networking in lounge area.
$15 Program and Drinks:
Program, open bar (wine, beer, and soda) and neworking. Does not include dinner.
$40 Deluxe Ticket: Dinner, Drinks, Demo Program:
Program, delicious buffet dinner and open bar (wine, beer, soda)
You also can host a demo during networking time by placing laptop or brochures on a table in the Demo area.
$70 Two Deluxe Tickets: Save $10 if purchased at one time.
$75 Pitch, Demo and Deluxe Dinner
This means you can give a 3 minutes demo during program to audience, bring a laptop, computer or device to place on a demo table during networking. You can meet investors, get feedback, or seek partners or customers.
Info: EventAngellaunch.com or 310 736 1541
Refunds: As with all events we do not issue refunds, but you can transfer your ticket or apply credit toward a future event.
APPLY TO SPEAK AT THIS EVENT
We are now accepting speakers for the panel or to lead roundtable discussions. You can give a presentation or join a panel discussion. Send us topics, bio, examples of your customers to speakers@AngelLaunch.com. .There is no fee required if selected to speak.
MEDIA OUTLETS AND TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
BECOME A SUPPPORTING PARTNER AND INVITE YOUR MEMBERS
We welcome media partners and trade associations to be supporting partners. You help promote to your members in exchange for free or discounted tickets, and members can host tables at reduced rates. Contact us at Partners@AngelLaunch.com
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