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September 15, 2010


Billboard and Adweek’s Music & Advertising Conference

Join Billboard and Adweek in Chicago to explore how the worlds of music and advertising are intertwined, and examine how big brands, artists and music supervisors are benefiting from working together during captivating keynotes interviews, informative case studies, and interactive panel discussions.

Click here to register for the AIMP rate of only  $225!  That's $275 off the walk-up rate!  Members, log in to get your discount code. 

Top Reasons to Attend:

  • Gain more insight on the process of placing music in advertising
  • Meet the music supervisors who’ve worked with McDonalds, PMI, Nintendo & other big brands
  • Hear from music supervisors behind popular TV shows such ad “Dexter,” True Blood,” and “House”
  • Learn how to score a tour sponsorship
  • Get your music publishing questions answered
  • And more!

Connect with the Best in the Midwest!


All conference attendees Registered by July 15th will get access to:

PRE-EVENT – JULY 15th, 2010, 8:00pm*

LaSalle Power Co. (500 N. LaSalle St. Chicago, IL)

Music Dealers Presents
BATTLE ROYALE
A Struggle For Conquest And Glory
Six hungry artists will enter…One shall emerge victorious.  Their fate depends on you.

Featuring Performances by:
Hollywood Holt
Kid Color
Team Bayside High

Registration issues? Please call 646.654.4643

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