Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Friday's Next Big Nashville Conference Schedule

You just saw Thursday's schedule for the Next Big Nashville 2008 Music Conference, now here's a breakdown and description of the panels taking place on Friday. Remember, all panels are open to participating artists and VIP badge holders.

21st Century DIY
Time: 10-11 a.m.
Location: Musicians Hall of Fame (301 6th Ave S)
Start: 10:00 am, End: 11:00 am
Description: The New Tools and Services available for independent or independent minded artists and representatives. Reps from websites, third party service providers and new media companies discuss the new slate of tools available for independent artists and music businesses. BADGES ONLY.
Derek Webb/Co-Founder, NoiseTrade
Clint Smith/Co-Founder, Emma
Dave Jaworski/Founder & CEO, Passalong Networks
Lou Plaia/Co-Founder/VP Industry Relations, ReverbNation
Chris Stacey/Mozes, VP, Music Industry
Shawn Moseley, Manager, Music Industry Relations, Muzak
MODERATOR: Kevin Brown/Echo

21st Century DIY: Marketing and Money Management on New Century Music Budgets
Time: 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Location: Musicians Hall of Fame (301 6th Ave S)
Description: Music marketing and budgeting beyond the outmoded plug and play concept (i:e hire a publicist, hire an indie promoter, buy a retail program and go). How and where you should spend your money when marketing a record in the 2.0 world. BADGES ONLY.
Tom Storms/Sanctuary Mgmt
David Watland/Rocket Science
Kurt Vitolo/KV Financial Mgmt
Dave Steunebrink/Showdown Mgmt
Holland Nix, Mgmt (Jemina Pearl, ex-Be Your Own Pet)
MODERATOR: Michael Corcoran/Nettwerk Management

Fighting For Your Rights
Time: 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Location: Musicians Hall of Fame (301 6th Ave S)
Description: As a musician and/or songwriter in the 21st Century, who is fighting for you, or at least who is supposed to be, in the ongoing battle to determine the future of copyright? Representatives from major organizations and unions explain their roles, their positions and their companies and answer pressing questions about the future of musical income. BADGES ONLY.
Patrick Sullivan/Co-Founder RightsFlow
Dr. E. Michael Harrington
John L. Simson, Executive Director, SoundExchange
Susan Stewart, South Regional Director, N.A.R.A.S./The Recording Academy
Randall Himes, AFTRA, Asst. National Exec. Director Sound Records, Exec. Director Nashville
Bob Regan, Legislative Chair NSAI
MODERATOR: Glenn Peoples/

21st Century DIY: Branding, Syncs and Other Avenues Beyond Radio and Retail
Time: 1:45-2:45 p.m.
Location: Musicians Hall of Fame (301 6th Ave S)
Description: Panel to discuss avenues for your music beyond radio and retail including film and TV placements as well as branding, sponsorships, commercials and other outlets. BADGES ONLY.
Carianne Brown/Senior Creative Licensing, SongsPub
Thaddeus Rudd/Co-Founder, Rebel Synch
Keatly Haldeman/General Manager, PigFactory USA
Brooke Primont/VP, Creative Serices & Marketing, Cherry Lane Music Publishing
Beka Tischker/A&R, Razor & Tie
MODERATOR: Chris Moon/Nettwerk Management

Producers, Who Needs 'Em?
Time: 3-4 p.m.
Location: Musicians Hall of Fame (301 6th Ave S)
Description: A discussion of the role producers play in the post-Pro Tools/Garageband, DIY recording world where "everyone is a producer." BADGES ONLY.
Jacquire King (Kings of Leon, Pictures and Sound)
Justin Loucks/Ian Fitchuk (Griffin House, Landon Pigg)
Neilson Hubbard (Glen Phillips, Garrison Starr)
Roger Moutenot (Yo La Tengo, Sleater-Kinney, Jessie Baylin)
Craig A. King (Aaliyah, Ludacris)
MODERATOR: Steve Haruch, Music Editor, Nashville Scene

Red Bull Music Academy Workshop
Time: 4:15-5 p.m.
Location: Musicians Hall of Fame (301 6th Ave S)
Description: A one on one interview and Q & A session with Egon, world renowned DJ, Nashville native and founder of the acclaimed and influential Stones Throw Records. BADGES ONLY.
Moderator: Coolout.

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