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November 18, 2004

Time: 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM

MINING THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH: MAKING MUSIC FOR TEENS AND TWEENS


Teenagers and their younger counterparts 'tweens' may be the last demographic with almost 100% disposable income, over $170 billion in 2003 alone. A large percentage of this money is spent on music, their music, not to mention the associated brand products that come along with it. How do songwriters and publishers get a piece of this rapidly growing pie? What are the repercussions of relying on young artists as income generators, both to the corporations who profit and the kids themselves?

 

Elliot Lurie has worked on such projects as: 'Lizzie McGuire', 'That's So Raven' and 'Clueless'.

 

Steve Vincent oversees music supervision for all ABC/Disney shows and made-for-TV films.

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Panelists

Moderator; Madeleine Smith
Manager of Copyright & Licensi

Elliot Lurie
Music Supervisor/Songwriter

Brian Rawlings
VP Creative, Disney Music Publ

Steve Vincent
Manager of Production, ABC Cab

Greg Hampton
Songwriter/Producer

Hannah Hampton
Tween

Moderator

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1020 N. San Vicente Blvd., just south of Sunset in
West Hollywood. Valet parking, $4.00. Phone 310-854-1111 for directions.

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