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December 12, 2002

Time: 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM

Successful Song Marketing Through Information Resources

This is a not to be missed networking opportunity. There will be a buffet lunch with both informal and structured networking opportunities for mixing with AIMP members and their guests. For this event only AIMP members may bring a guest for the member price. Please specify the name of your guest when making your reservation by phone at 818-842-6257. Many potential opportunities for song marketing and placement can be enhanced through access to timely, well researched information. Our panel will provide an overview of some of the strategic resources to assist publishers in succeeding in a competitive and diverse music market.

Reservation Cutoff: November 30, -0001

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Panelists

Ritch Esra
Publisher, A&R 411 and Film & Television Music Guide

Valerie Jones
USA Representative, SongLink, (and principal with Sound Oasis)

Mark Tindle
GM West Coast, SoundScan, Nielsen BDS (Broadcast Data Systems)

Adam W. Wolf
VP of Music Report and Tune Data, Breakdown Services Ltd.

MODERATOR: Thomas A. White
Consultant, Record and Music Publishing Industries

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Wyndham Bel Age Hotel
1020 N. San Vicente Blvd., just south of Sunset
West Hollywood, Valet Parking $3.00, Phone 310-854-1111

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