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June 20, 2017

Time: 11:30AM-1:00PM

Tips for Best Practices with PANDORA

THIS PANEL IS AT CAPACITY AND REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED.

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Streaming music platforms have become instrumental in launching the careers of artists and musicians. As an early player in the marketplace, Pandora represents about 80 million monthly online music listeners in the U.S. and recently expanded their staff here in Nashville. Please join us in a conversation with Pandora’s Beville Dunkerley and Rachel Whitney to hear updates about their platform and learn how to maximize your artist’s footprint.

Panelists

Beville Dunkerley
Director of Artist Marketing and Industry Relations

Rachel Whitney
Head of Country Music Programming

Moderator

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AIMP Panel

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ASCAP - Connie Bradley Board Room
2 Music Square West
Nashville, TN 37203

  THANK YOU AS ALWAYS TO OUR MAIN SPONSOR, 

 

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Please note that ASCAP no longer has parking in their garage available to luncheons. Those attending may park in the outside lot (limited spots available) or on the street.

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