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Sunday, March 15

10:00am CDT

Monday, March 16

10:00am CDT

Tuesday, March 17

12:30pm CDT

Music UX: Connecting Technology and Experience for Fans

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James Apollo

Co-Founder, VP Prod & Innovation LANDR, POSSIBLE
Internationally renowned artist & producer, James Apollo has rambled through American back pages with trademark landscapes of dark, sultry rocknroll. When not counting telephone poles along the highway, He works as a Creative Director for Possible Worldwide, outputting some of that... Read More →
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Justin Evans

Co-Founder, VP Prod & Innovation LANDR, Mix Genius
Justin Evans has bounced back and forth between being a musician and internet entrepreneur for nearly 20 years. He is the co-founder of Mixgenius. Our company is made of a group of researchers from QMUL's C4DMm, talented sound engineers, musicians and label owners. Mixgenius uses... Read More →
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John Paul

Tech & Mktg Dir, Featuring.Me
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Alaina Thetford

Owner/Artist Mgr, Train Case Management
With nearly a decade in the entertainment industry, Alaina Thetford is no stranger to the independent music world. Growing up in the rich music culture of Memphis, Tennessee, Thetford relocated to Nashville in the early 2000’s in pursuit of a home base that provided a better sense... Read More →

Tuesday March 17, 2015 12:30pm - 1:30pm CDT
ACC Room 12AB

12:30pm CDT

Elevator Pitch Session
Everyone is welcome to stand up and present an up to 1-minute pitch about a music/technology related company or idea, to connect with others who might be interested in collaboration. Preparation is not necessary - but is definitely encouraged.

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Brian Zisk

Exec Producer, SF MusicTech Summit
Brian Zisk is a parallel entrepreneur specializing in digital media, web broadcasting and distribution technologies. He is a founder of BuzzMakers, Inc., which produces the SF MusicTech Summit and the Future of Money & Technology Summit. He is a co-founder of the SF MusicTech Fund... Read More →

Tuesday March 17, 2015 12:30pm - 1:30pm CDT
Hilton Austin Downtown Salon A

2:00pm CDT

Content Creation in the Cloud

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Jason Brahms

VP, Innovation & Advanced Solutions, Sony Media Cloud Services Llc
Jason has 15+ years experience launching B2C and B2B platforms in the media/content industry. As Vice President of Innovation and Advanced Solutions, Jason oversees product design, research, development and engineering for Sony Media Cloud Service’s cloud-based SAAS collaborative... Read More →
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Shawn Gold

Head of Media & Ent, Wattpad
Shawn Gold has over 20 years of experience in communications planning, digital marketing, content strategy and revenue optimization for consumer facing internet companies. He is currently head of entertainment brand partnerships at Wattpad.com, the worlds largest storytelling platform... Read More →
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Chris Kantrowitz

CEO, Gobbler
Chris is a serial entrepreneur in gaming, technology, and music. At age 14, he founded his first company-- a game testing business for clients like Sony Imagesoft. After university, he co-founded 3D Groove, online gaming technology company that powered the first online 3D games at... Read More →
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Josh Kline

Head of Media & Ent, Box
Josh C. Kline Head of Media & Entertainment Box Josh is an Emmy® Award-winning technologist who has spent the last 14 years building new businesses in Digital Media, with a focus on content production and distribution. After a decade working in film and television production, Josh... Read More →

Tuesday March 17, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm CDT
ACC Room 15

2:00pm CDT

The 7 Hottest Topics in Music Tech in 2015
Join us for a quick-fire session tackling the 7 hottest topics in Web, social, and mobile music. Hear from some of the most experienced web music technology industry professionals and journalists in the country.

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Michael Cerda

Dir of Prod Mgmt, Facebook
Michael Cerda is a hands-on product leader with a 20-year background of building products and teams in social, video, music, and communications services. He currently works on media products at Facebook. . His career began in the mid 1990s building the broadband Internet, selling... Read More →

Ethan Kaplan

VP of Prod Technology & Engineering/Founder, Live Nation Labs
I have been somewhat involved in the music business since I was 16 and decided to make a website for R.E.M. I used to oversee Emerging Technology for Warner Music Group before I decided to leave in January 2011. I used to run the Warner Bros. Records technology department. I now am... Read More →
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Larry Marcus

Managing Director, Walden Venture Capital
@larrymarcus is a Managing Director at San Francisco based Walden Venture Capital, Sprout Stage™ Investors, founded in the mid 70's. The firm's focus is on Digital Media and Cloud Services. He was named to the Billboard Power 100 in music and the Twitter 140 to follow. Larry was... Read More →
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Todd Tate

Web MusicTech Prod & Business Dev, toddtate.net
Todd has always stayed in tune with the music tech community. Todd is also on the advisory board and a judge for the 2015 SXSW Accelerator & SXSW V2V Pitch Competitions.
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Chris Wiltsee

VP, Business Dev, BandPage
Chris Wiltsee is Vice President of Business Development at BandPage, the central profile that over 500,000 musicians use to engage hundreds of millions of fans across the world’s major music platforms. Wiltsee is responsible for leading the development of BandPage’s partner ecosystem... Read More →

Tuesday March 17, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm CDT
Hilton Austin Downtown Salon A

3:30pm CDT

Virtual Reality And The Evolving Concert Experience

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Matt Apfel

VP Strategy and Creative Content, Samsung Media Solutions Center of America
Matt Apfel Vice President, Strategy and Creative Content, Samsung Media Solutions Center America Matt Apfel serves as vice president of strategy and creative content at Samsung Media Solutions Center America, where he leads efforts to partner with world-class IP owners and talent... Read More →
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Jens Christensen

CEO, Jaunt
Jens is CEO and co-founder of Jaunt. His prior role was Entrepreneur in Residence at Redpoint Ventures. Before that he was a co-founder and CEO of Ellerdale, an AI startup focused on real­-time semantic analysis. Ellerdale assembled a world-­class technical team and was one of the... Read More →
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Josh Constine

Writer, TechCrunch
Josh writes tech news and opinion for TechCrunch. He is an experienced public speaker, having moderated fireside chats and panels at over a dozen conferences including SXSW and TechCrunch Disrupt. He specializes in critical analysis of social and communication technologies. His goal... Read More →
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Chris Milk

Founder & CEO, Vrse Inc

Mike Roche

SVP Advertising Sales, REVOLT Media & TV
As the SVP of Sales & Partnerships at REVOLT, Michael leads a team of energetic music experts in their mission to connect brands with Millennials. Michael has over 15 years experience in music and media and is skilled in branded content creation, music-driven events, and technology... Read More →

Tuesday March 17, 2015 3:30pm - 4:30pm CDT
ACC Room 12AB

3:30pm CDT

Finding the Best API for Your Music App
Creating the backend architecture for a new music app can be daunting, with myriad legal issues, financial concerns, and time-management challenges to address. Many sites are being forced to enter into complicated negotiations with major record labels and publishers to avoid litigation, while others have shut down when these issues became too much to handle. However, by employing APIs, startups can quickly and legally add full music catalogs, online radio, song suggestions, tour dates, bios, photos, lyrics, and more, leaving them time to focus on what really matters: innovation. Explore the top APIs currently available and show young companies how to sort through them.

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Frank Johnson

CEO, MediaNet
Frank Johnson, CEO of MediaNet, leads the company’s overall strategy and operations. Prior to MediaNet he served as EVP of Corporate Development at Wilshire Media Group, a leading digital product development firm that designed and developed leading services including Virgin Free... Read More →

Mohamed Moutadayne

Sales Dir Business Dev, LyricFind
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Tom Rettig

Sr Dir of Prod Mgmt Music, Gracenote
Tom is the Senior Director of Product for Music at Gracenote, where he oversees development of all music products. Prior to this role, Tom headed up the production studios (art, audio, animation and software) at LeapFrog, as well as the audio team at Broderbund Software, playing critical... Read More →
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Rachel Scarpati

Sales Dir Business Dev, HFA
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Bill Wilson

VP of Digital Strategy & Business Dev, Music Business Association
As Vice President of Digital Strategy and Business Development, Bill Wilson leads the charge on all things digital at the Music Business Association (Music Biz), including initiatives such as metadata. A music industry professional with over two decades of experience working in varied... Read More →

Tuesday March 17, 2015 3:30pm - 4:30pm CDT
Hilton Austin Downtown Salon A

5:00pm CDT

Why Top Artists Today Need Spy Tools

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Dan Kruchkow

CMO & Head of Digital Strategy, Crush Music Media Management

Nico Sell

CEO, Co-Founder, Wickr LLC
Over the past two decades, Nico Sell has helped start more than twenty successful security companies, conferences and organizations. In 2011 she co-founded Wickr, a free messaging app enabling anyone to send self-destructing messages and media that are anonymous, private, and secure... Read More →
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Jon Vanhala

Partner, Crossfade/ Thesis Ventures
Jon Vanhala is a creative marketing & partnership exec with deep experience at the convergence of consumer, media, technology, and brand. "Creators & consumers first" is an often heard mantra.

Tuesday March 17, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm CDT
ACC Room 17B
Wednesday, March 18

11:00am CDT

Blurring the Line Between Performance and Participation: Making Interactive Tech More Expressive
The last decade has seen an explosion in the size and complexity of audiovisual experiences and interactive art. At festivals, as well as on stages around the world, lighting has been taken to new heights and produced mind-blowing experiences for crowds. However, these experiences have still all tended to be monolithic and produced, using pre-rendered, rather than live-generated content.
What if concerts could not just leave one awe-struck but also connect people in new ways? What if lighting were an instrument as rich and diverse as an organ or piano? These are the types of questions that drive our artistic and technological explorations at Symmetry Labs.

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Justin Bolognino

Founder, The Meta Agency
Justin Bolognino’s endeavors are threaded by experiential, real-time design and technology focused on revealing hidden human connections. The “Synchronicity Architect” is founder and creative director of Learned Evolution, The Meta Agency and #FEED powered by Twitter. On April... Read More →
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Alexander Green

Artist and CEO, Symmetry Labs
Alexander Green is an interactive artist and entrepreneur. His interests are diverse , and he draws inspiration from his former life as a jazz musician, as well as his lifelong passion for physics and mathematics.
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Trip Vest

Artist, Symmetry Labs

Wednesday March 18, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm CDT
ACC Next Stage

12:30pm CDT

Wearables Schmerables: What it Means for Music
The wearable device trend has many implications for music - beyond health monitors, there are 3G and 4g connected headphones, motion controlled, connected wristbands, sports training devices with programmed music.
Will these devices spur new ways of consuming music? The form factors will drive some of the behavior: many are single use devices for a specific purpose, and they are often minimalistic and small - so have little to no control mechanism or search capabilities.
With limited to no storage in wearable devices, are niche streaming and highly curated channels more likely than accessing your entire collection?
Learn from experts how music will evolve with the wearable device evolution.

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Vivek Agrawal

Prod Mgr/Audio, Jawbone
Vivek leads audio software at Jawbone. He previously co-founded NoiseToys, acquired by Jawbone in 2013. Prior to NoiseToys, he composed music with AR Rahman on a number of his movies in India, including the Oscar-winning score for Slumdog Millionaire. You’ll often find him exploring... Read More →

Neil Dana

Dir of Music Mktg, GoPro

Jason Hardi

Founder & CEO, Muzik
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Jonathan Lazar

SVP of Strategic Music Partnerships, Muzik
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Vickie Nauman

Principal & Owner, Future of Music Coalition
Vickie Nauman specializes in digital media and content strategy, the intersection of technology and music, and international business development. Nauman has a background that spans traditional and digital media, and varied insider experience in licensing, product management, marketing... Read More →

Wednesday March 18, 2015 12:30pm - 1:30pm CDT
ACC Room 15

3:30pm CDT

Underground Railroad of Artist Revenue
We have talked about lagging physical sales, (downswinging) digital sales, pathetic streaming payouts, juicy live concert sales (if you’re big enough to get them), house concerts, merch, and beyond. But now, new revenue streams are emerging that enable artists to make money the way the rest of the internet makes money – through leveraging audience and influence.

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Karen Allen

Pres, Karen Allen Consulting
I advise entertainment tech startups on strategy and business development. I help them understand what to do with what they built, where the opportunities for them are in the marketplace, then I go execute on that strategy, whether it be client development, finding strategic partners... Read More →
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Michael Coletta

Founder/CEO, Fantrotter
Founder of Fantrotter, an automated travel search engine that enables fans to easily plan their travel to concerts, festivals, sports games, and other live events.
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Graham Garner

Co-Founder, Unite
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Holly Hamann

Co-Founder & CMO, TapInfluence
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Shamal Ranasinghe

Co-Founder/CEO, Fluence Inc
Shamal is the CoFounder of Fluence, a new marketing platform that connects creators, artists, and entrepreneurs to curators, influencers, and experts. Fluence lets artists and anyone with media promote their music and video directly to curators and tastemakers on their own terms and... Read More →

Wednesday March 18, 2015 3:30pm - 4:30pm CDT
ACC Room 13AB

5:00pm CDT

Mobile Music Geekout - Marketing, Content, & Hot Tech
Mobile Music Geekout - Get the deep-tech lowdown on how to bring your music to the mobile marketplace, effective mobile marketing, music creation, and hot apps. Mobile music experts dish on fan engagement, email strategy and direct-to-fan platforms as consumer media consumption and internet browsing drastically move from fixed line to mobile devices.

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Oisin Lunny

Sr Market Dev Mgr, OpenMarket
Oisin Lunny has been working in the creative and technology industries for over 21 years. First as part of the Hip-Hop collective “Marxman” who had a a UK top 30 hit, support slots with Depeche Mode & U2, and collaborations with Gangstarr & Sinead O’Connor before disbanding... Read More →
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Daniel Nathan

CEO, TotallyRadio.com
Daniel Nathan is founder and CEO of totallyradio, the UK's longest established pureplay internet radio station and Brighton's Juice 107.2 an independent FM radio station on England's South Coast.
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Stephen O'Reilly

Global Head of Sales & Mktg, Gramofon
Irishman working in music tech based in London, England. I am global head of sales at gramofon and a former mobile roadie and topspin media executive and most recently served as CMO of Shuffler.fm / Pause.fm
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Jessie Scoullar

Dir, Wicksteed Works
Jessie Scoullar is director of Wicksteed Works, a London-based agency specialising in direct-to-fan strategy and management for bands, labels and brands.

Wednesday March 18, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm CDT
ACC Room 13AB
Thursday, March 19

12:30pm CDT

Beethoven to Beyonce: The Science Behind a Hot Beat
Have you heard a song come over the radio and wondered: “wow, why is this beat so hot??” Or even "how on earth did they make it??” Take a journey along the nexus of music, science, and technology. Part lecture, part concert, this technomusicological session will explore the physics of sound & rhythm, the technology enabling modern music production, the symbiotic-importance of culture & neurocognition, and for a finale, the features of chart-topping hit songs from over the last few decades.

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Nana Ayensu

Asst VP Investment Strategy, General Electric
By day, Nana Menya Ayensu is an constructs technoeconomic models of energy systems and develops technology partnerships for GE. That said, he has always had an avid passion for music and has composed for the over a decade -- from hip hop and jazz to latin and afrobeat.. He has presented... Read More →

Thursday March 19, 2015 12:30pm - 1:30pm CDT
ACC Room 16AB

12:30pm CDT

The Celebrity Economy in Music feat Paul Krugman, Win & Will Butler, & More
How will artists make money in ten years? Twenty-five years? In a forward-looking predictive piece in 1996, The New York Times columnist Paul Krugman wrote about “the celebrity economy,” in which “creations must make money indirectly by promoting sales of something else.” Today, artists are increasingly turning to sponsorships and ad placement for funding, and with a new generation rising to fame on YouTube and Vine rather than through record labels, traditional revenue streams will only become less valuable. Hear how industry professionals are navigating this changing landscape, what they predict lies ahead, and what they believe will be discussed at SXSW 2040.
Presented in partnership with All Things Go.

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Nicky Berger

CEO, Berger Management
Nicky Berger began his career as a music manager while still a student at the University of Pennsylvania. During his Junior year, he stumbled upon an EP from a band that didnt even have a name yet. Excited by what he heard, he flew to LA to meet them, and within weeks he was a full... Read More →
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Rembert Browne

Senior Writer, Grantland
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Will Butler

Artist, Arcade Fire
Will Butler has been a member of the band Arcade Fire for over 10 years. This is his first release under his own name. Policy is American music—in the tradition of the Violent Femmes, The Breeders, The Modern Lovers, Bob Dylan, Smokey Robinson, The Magnetic Fields, Ghostface Killah... Read More →
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Win Butler

Professor, Arcade Fire
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Paul Krugman

Professor, Princeton University
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Tatiana Simonian

VP Branded Entertainment Music, Nielsen Entertainment

Thursday March 19, 2015 12:30pm - 1:30pm CDT
ACC Room 18ABC

5:00pm CDT

The Future of Event Tech
The festival space has hit a tipping point. Mobile ticketing, social media promotion, and live web streaming has become more prevalent. The Internet and wireless networks needed to support these event technologies can be cost prohibitive and complicated to integrate. This session's panelists will present the results of The Connected Festival Report™, including case studies and insights from stakeholders, from festival organizers and promoters, to WLAN vendors and event tech companies servicing the festival industry, how to overcome current technical challenges to meet the growing fan expectation for on-site Wi-Fi while opening up new opportunities for revenue.

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Joe Costanzo

Co-Founder & CTO, SignalShare
Joe Costanzo is co-founder and CTO of SignalShare, the leading provider of mobile engagement solutions for mass audiences. He is a technology leader and visionary with deep expertise in business intelligence and analytics, which he has brought to bare in helping venues and event organizers... Read More →
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Serge Grimaux

CEO, Intellitix
Serge Grimaux is CEO and Founder of Intellitix, a live entertainment innovation company and the leading global provider of RFID solutions for festivals and live events.
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James Lansford

Wireless Standards Architect, Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR)
Dr. Jim Lansford is a Fellow in the Global Standards Group at Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR), responsible for Wi-Fi standards and strategy. He has over 30 years of experience in communications systems, digital signal processing, and strategic business development. He has been Chief... Read More →
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Kim Owens

Editor/Owner, Kaffeine Buzz
Kim Owens is the editor of the culture site, KaffeineBuzz.com. With a background in music journalism, digital marketing and IT networking, her year+ event tech research project, The Connected Festival™ Report, will be discussed and released at SXSW during the "The Future of Event... Read More →
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Betty Tran-Chillino

EVP, Mktg & Media, Insomniac

Thursday March 19, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm CDT
ACC Room 10B

5:00pm CDT

The Un-Distortion of Sound - What's Next featuring ODESZA
Internet radio is now the third most popular way that people discover new music and nearly 70% of smartphone users listen to music on their phones. While streaming and compressed music gives us the convenience and mobility to have millions of songs at our fingertips, technology (for better or worse) has changed our musical experience and we have sold out quality. With compressed music, we’re losing portions of the original recording. The presentation will address all aspects of audio creation (from the recording studio to the listening experience), how the industry is combating bad sound, and what producers and mainstream consumers can expect in the future.

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Clayton Knight

Artist, ODESZA
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Chris Ludwig

Chief Engineer, Harman
Christopher Ludwig Chief Engineer, Acoustic Systems HARMAN International
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Harrison Mills

Artist, ODESZA

Thursday March 19, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm CDT
ACC Room 18D
Friday, March 20

11:30am CDT

Changing Your Musical Experience With Jamstik
Technology historically changes the way we relate to art, entertainment, education, and expression. Learn how the convergence of new hardware technology, apps and software platforms are blurring the lines in the creation of music and music education. Featuring the minds and hardware from Zivix (makers of the jamstik and the PUC) they’ll demonstrate how the jamstik ("The Smart Guitar") allows the “guitar” to interface with new and existing technologies. The jamstik makes any sound available from the touch of a string, and enables an innovative approach for musical education.
Panelist: Chris Heille

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Friday March 20, 2015 11:30am - 12:30pm CDT

4:30pm CDT

SXSW Music Hackathon Awards Show
Using their programming know-how and our collection of music-tech APIs, teams spent 24 hours to create new tech innovations in the music space for artists, industry, and fans. and compete for the $10,000 Grand Prize, awarded by our panel of celebrity judges. Joining the hackers as Hackathon Artists-in-Residence are the fabulous Robert DeLong and Neon Hitch. The 2015 Hackathon judges include Alex Ebert (Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros), Ty Roberts (Co-Founder of Gracenote), and Alex White (CEO of Next Big Sound), Jonathan Dworkin (Warner Music Group), and Eric Sheinkop (Music Dealers). BONUS: check out a live performance by Neon Hitch during the show!
Come see what these brilliant teams created for the future of music tech!

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Friday March 20, 2015 4:30pm - 6:00pm CDT
ACC Ballroom G Day Stage
Saturday, March 21

2:00pm CDT

How Tech Companies Are Improving Event Discovery
From one-click shopping to rideshares, consumer technology has made our lives dramatically easier, yet fans still endure a lot of friction in the process of finding events, buying tickets, and coordinating with friends. Tech companies like Google and Facebook have focused their attention on event discovery, joining innovators like DoStuff Media and Ticketfly in the crusade to make live music a bigger part of our lives. With rich consumer data and powerful personalization algorithms, these companies are launching new experiences that deliver event recommendations to the right audience at the right time. Learn what’s new, what’s coming, and what it means for you.

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Justin Boyan

Prod Mgr for Events Google Search & Knowledge Graph, Google
Justin is the Product Manager for Events in Google Search and the Knowledge Graph. He joined Google in 2011 from ITA Software, where he was VP of Web Data Integration and Associate Chief Scientist. Prior to that, he did a computer science Ph.D. at Carnegie Mellon and was an actual... Read More →
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Jackie Chang

Prod Partnerships Mgr, Facebook
Jackie is a product partnerships manager at Facebook, where she works on various platform products and the recently launched Official Events product. She has also collaborated with large brand and technology leaders on category-defining integrations in commerce, health/fitness, and... Read More →
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Michael Feferman

Co-Founder, DoStuff Media
Michael is the Co-Founder of DoStuff Media where he oversees Business Development. DoStuff is a network of local culture and event guides for live music fans, and has offices in 16 cities across North America including New York, LA, Chicago, San Francisco, Austin, Toronto, and Mexico... Read More →
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Aditya Koolwal

Product Mgr, Facebook Events, Facebook
Aditya has been the Product Manager for Facebook Events since 2013. Before that, he was a Product Manager on Facebook Newsfeed.
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Scott Owens

Founder/CEO, DoStuff Media
Scott has worked within the local discovery realm since he began his first company, in 1998. Scott's started 5 other companies since then, including DoStuff Media which was the product of 16 years of learning what makes cities, and the people in them, tick. Now, DoStuff is a national... Read More →
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Kristina Wallender

VP Mktg, Ticketfly
Kristina Wallender is VP of Marketing at Ticketfly where she helps event promoters and venues create better experiences for fans of live events. Before joining Ticketfly, Kristina spent 6 years at Amazon.com in marketing and product leadership roles. She is passionate about helping... Read More →

Saturday March 21, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm CDT
ACC Room 17B