The World’s Leading Digital Music Visionaries Converge on San Francisco
November 23, 2009 - SAN FRANCISCO, CA – The fifth SF MusicTech Summit (http://www.sfmusictech.com) the fastest growing international music, entertainment and technology culture and commerce conference, adds preeminent guest speakers to its already extensive roster of special guest speakers. The New York Times states, SF MusicTech Summit is “a host of informative panels dealing with the ways technology is transforming the music industry.”
SF MusicTech Summit anticipates bringing together 800 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. Newly added guest speakers are Co-Editor of Mashable, Ben Parr, Cellist and Composer; Zoe Keating, Father of the Relaxation and Healing Music Genre; Steven Halpern, Los Angeles Times Editorial Writer; Jon Healey, Founder and CEO of IODA, as well as Founder and Partner of Noise Pop Industries; Kevin Arnold, Co-Founder of Fight and President of Pampelmoose and Founding Member of Gang of Four; Dave Allen, Founder and Chief Technical Officer of Gracenote; Ty Roberts, Chief Technical Officer of Pandora; Tom Conrad, and Legendary producer; Elliot Mazer.
Newly added event sponsors include Sun Microsystems, BLIP.fm, FanMail, IODA, MediaUnbound, IRIS, TechDirt, Silicon Valley Rocks!, New Music Tipsheet, and Justin.tv, and additional sponsors being added constantly.
BigTakeOver.com states, “The San Fran MusicTech was of tremendous value for any ‘indie’ musician, song-writer, producer, tekkie, record label employee, journalist, promoter—anybody interested in learning about, or working within, or even helping to save the official American recorded music industry (sometimes from itself).”
Ticket prices range from $129 to $199 and continually increase as the event draws near and can be ordered at www.SFMusicTech.com. Host Hotel Kabuki rooms are still available, but selling fast, and can be ordered at www.sfmusictech.com/hotel.htmlAbout 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.