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March 23, 2009

Digital Summit 2009

Nashville, Belmont University’s Curb Event Center
March 23-25, 2009


    * Expanded! Two days & pre-event kickoff
    * World Class Digital Music conference based in Nashville
    * Added Networking Opportunities and More Live Music
    * Hot Topics: Mobile, ISPs, Social Net, Intellectual Property and Money
    * Great Value: All Registration Fees at or below 2008 prices
    * Discount registration available starting at $129
      (members, log in to get your discount info)

Registration is now open for one of the most valuable and high impact events in the digital music arena for 2009. Join over 600 artists, ISPs, songwriters, venture capitalists, managers, content aggregators, labels, digital music services, publishers, service providers, mobile operators, consumer product developers, retailers, and media to shape the next generation of music in the marketplace.

You can't afford to miss this powerful event!

Essential sessions include:

    * Reforming the Digital Copyright System
    * Social Networks, Music Discovery and Recommendation
    * Supply and Accessibility of Capital for Music Industry Innovation
    * Creating, Cultivating and Monetizing the Artist-Fan Relationship
    * The Role of the ISP in Music's Future
    * Mobilizing Music and many more ...

The Schedule:  The conference kicks off with a VIP speaker / sponsor cocktail dinner, and a networking reception followed by music Monday evening, March 23.  On Tuesday, March 24, attendees will receive a full day of keynotes, high level discussions, breakout sessions and demonstrations, followed by another evening of music and networking. The LMDS will conclude on Wednesday, March 25, with a half day of programming including lunch.  An outline of the schedule – as of today - is at the end of this document, though it is changing daily.  Website revisions will be posted as speakers and segment titles are confirmed.

Ted Cohen of TAG Strategic returns as strategic chair, and each segment will be programmed by a separate committee. The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce will once again be a presenting partner for the conference, and Belmont University’s Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business is the host sponsor.

Our Event Mission:  To identify and explore new technology opportunities, innovations, and challenges and to foster a knowledgeable, issue-oriented, vibrant community of music industry professionals.  We will accomplish this by:
•    Facilitating understanding and promoting healthy debate
•    Presenting real world context and a vision for the future
•    An entertaining and inspiring program featuring successful innovators and reputable theorists

Contact information:
Kira Florita, Executive Director, Leadership Music, kira@leadershipmusic.org
or Abby White Plachy, Communications Manager, abby@leadershipmusic.org

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