SF MusicTech Summit Announced for December 7, 2009
October 1, 2009 - SAN FRANCISCO, CA – The fifth SF MusicTech Summit (http://www.sfmusictech.com) is formally announced for Monday, December 7, 2009 at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco. This fastest growing international music, entertainment and technology culture and commerce conference brings together close to 700 prominent and influential visionaries and leaders, including developers, entrepreneurs, musicians, investors, labels, attorneys, managers, service providers, press, and organizations in an unparalleled deal-making environment.
The one-day SF MusicTech Summit features over 75 visionary and trail-blazing speakers and jam-packed sessions, including brand new product demos, panel discussions, investor pitch workshops, continuing legal education, and great schmoozing.
Confirmed speakers come from Pandora, The Hype Machine, the San Francisco Opera, Bandcamp, Songkick, SonicLiving, and more, with many more soon to be announced. The event is sponsored by LyricFind, Band Metrics, Buzz Media, PRThatRocks.com, and the Future of Music Coalition, with additional sponsors being added constantly.
"The SF MusicTech Summit, created in the city that leads the way in music, entertainment and technology development, is a forum for thought leaders to connect, share, discuss, and announce exciting new innovations that allow musicians and fans to directly connect online,” states, Brian Zisk, SF MusicTech Summit Executive Producer and Co-Founder and Technologies Director of the Future of Music Coalition.
Zisk continues, “Countless pioneering companies and investors flock to the music, entertainment and technology space, as it offers enormous potential and strong opportunity for growth. Anyone wishing to dramatically enhance their music career should attend the SF MusicTech Summit.”
Early admission is only $49.99 per person until Midnight Sunday, October 4, 2009 when ticket prices will increase to as much as $99.99 per person. Ticket prices continually increase as the event draws near. Tickets can be ordered at www.SFMusicTech.comAbout the Producer: Brian Zisk is a serial entrepreneur and technology industry consultant specializing in digital media, web broadcasting and distribution technologies. For more info about Brian, visit: www.brianzisk.com
For more info, please contact Christopher Buttner, contact info above.