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Monday, October 30, 2006

Panel on Artist Friendly Record Labels/Distribution Outlets - Nov. 6 in Philly

Well, it's a little late to be sharing this info since today is the RSVP deadline, but maybe you can still talk your way into this interesting panel program:

Professional Development Program:
Artist Friendly Record Labels/Distribution Outlets

Monday, November 6, 2006
Settlement Music School
Presser Auditorium
416 Queen Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147

The Philadelphia Music Project convenes a panel representing innova, Artistshare, Emusic, and the American Music Center, all of which have developed artist friendly business models for recording and distributing music. Panelists will present an overview of their work, discussing donor and fan cultivation opportunities, copyright ownership, and financial investment and control of recordings. The panel will also explore the capabilities and impact of emerging technology on the music industry, including internet radio and online digital retail outlets.
“Some of my close friends—mostly Jazz musicians— were being pushed around by unethical record companies. It made me angry to see my friends being taken advantage of—I just felt like there had to be a more musician-friendly way.” Brian Camelio, Founder and Director, Artistshare

9 – 9:30 am Registration 9:30 am – noon
Roundtable noon – 1:30 pm Lunch
FeaturingPhilip Blackburn (moderator), innova, American Composers Forum
Rick Reed Emusic
Jane Ira Bloom Artistshare Recording Artist
Lyn Liston American Music Center

RSVP Deadline: Monday, October 30
To RSVP for this event, please call PMP at (267) 350-4960Download the RSVP form for this event
Free parking is available.For more information, please call (267) 350-4960.Download the flyer for this event



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