In just a few weeks, the SanFran MusicTech Summit 3 will bring together the best and brightest developers in the Music/Technology Space, along with the musicians, entrepreneurial business people, and organizations who work with them at the convergence of culture and commerce. We will meet to discuss the evolving music/business/technology ecosystem in a proactive, conducive to dealmaking environment.
SanFran MusicTech Summit 3 brings together digital thought leaders from the San Francisco Bay Area, as well as from all around the country to the region which currently leads the way in innovating (both socially, and technologically) new ways of interacting with both music, and musicians. We will be working long term to help enable a sustainable, ongoing, Northern California based music and related technology market.
Alex Barkaloff - Lionsgate, Executive Producer for Digital Media
Glenn Otis Brown, Esq. - YouTube, Strategic Partner Developer
Matt Burrows, Esq. - iTunes, Apple Inc. - Senior Counsel
Charles Feinn - MixMatchMusic
Steve Jang - imeem, CMO & Head of Business Development
Ethan Kaplan - Warner Bros Records, VP of Technology
Scott Mathews - Multi-platinum Award Winning Music Producer and Recording Artist
Ian McFarland - Pivotal Labs, VP of Technology
Sean O'Connell - Music Allies, Founder & CEO
Sandy Pearlman - McGill University Professor, Over 15 Gold and Platinum Records, Producer for Bands Such as The Clash and Blue Oyster Cult, Digital Distribution Guru
Jeff Roberto - Friendster, Marketing/PR Director
Dave Rosenheim - Jambase, CEO
Dawn Silva - Funk Singer, Brides of Funkenstein / Parliament Funkadelic / Sly & The Family Stone / The GAP Band
Derek Slater - Google, Policy Analyst
Andrew Stess - MusicIP, Chief Executive Officer
Michael Troiano - matchmine, Chief Executive Officer
Dave Ulmer - Motorola, Sr. Director Multimedia Products and Services
Carnet William - Sprout, Co-Founder & CEO
$139 - $499 See Website for Registration Specials.
Official Website: http://www.sanfranmusictech.com
Added by FullCalendar on October 8, 2008