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February 20, 2003

Time: 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM

A&R Round Table

A&R Round Table will explore the challenges facing creative executives in the music industry today, with a primary focus on the issues that are of concern to the A&R and music publishing communities. Our panelists will offer their overview of the industry and will discuss competitive and creative strategies for A&R success, new business models and the opportunities and risks that we face in the years ahead (including those generated by new media/new technologies). A "not to be missed" opportunity to talk to the best of the west coast A&R executives about the artists they are signing and the records that they are making. MODERATOR: Alan Melina, New Heights Entertainment, LLC. [Additional panelists TBA. Check back with www.aimp.org for details.]

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Panelists

Andy Goldmark
Vice President of A&R West Coast, Jive Records

Clyde Lieberman
Vice President of A&R, MCA Records

Nanci Walker
Director of A&R, Island / Def Jam

Tom Carolan
Vice President of A&R, Lava / Atlantic Records

Randy Cash
A&R, Elektra Records

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Wyndham Bel Age Hotel
1020 N. San Vicente Blvd., just south of Sunset
West Hollywood, Valet Parking $4.00, Phone 310-854-1111

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