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Tuesday, March 17
 

11:00am

The Future of Concerts on TV

Speakers
avatar for Kymberli Frueh-Owens

Kymberli Frueh-Owens

VP-Programming, Fathom Events
Kymberli Frueh-Owens is a seasoned media professional with a 20+ year successful track record in network content distribution, programming acquisition, and new initiative launches for industry leading media companies including VIACOM (MTV Networks, Showtime Networks, Sundance Channel... Read More →
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Rob Gill

GM North America/A&R, Eagle Rock Entertainment Inc
avatar for Evan Haiman

Evan Haiman

VP Music Production & Programming, AXS TV
I oversee and produce music series and specials for the music and entertainment network (Over 100 Concerts broadcasted from 2012-2014). This includes developing and producing live and post-produced shows. I manage all stages of in-house productions from development and shooting, to... Read More →
avatar for Don  Maggi

Don Maggi

CEO, Front And Center
Don Maggi, a 30-year entertainment industry veteran, is the founder and president of iMaggination, Inc. Maggi has worked in many facets of the music business and has lent his skills to companies such as: Metropolitan Entertainment, Atlantic, Geffen and Interscope Records, McGhee Entertainment... Read More →
avatar for Lucia McCalmont

Lucia McCalmont

VP Program Acquisitions, AXS TV
I'm responsible for working directly with producers, labels, artist management companies and distributors to negotiate, draft and issue license agreements for live (over 100 concerts from 2012-2014) and acquired concerts, travelogues, and documentaries to air on AXS TV. I also work... Read More →
avatar for Patrick McDonald

Patrick McDonald

President, Northstar Media Inc
Founder Pat McDonald brings more than 20 years experience in the field of programming and advertising sales to Northstar Media.


Tuesday March 17, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm
 
Wednesday, March 18
 

12:30pm

The New Interactive Music: Music's Visual Future
What is the successor to the LP, MTV, and YouTube? How will music meld with video, graphics, and interactivity? And will any of it make money? Hear some history, and recent examples of interactive and visual music experiences, and discuss the coming rise of user-generated-content in social music video platforms, which just this year eclipsed official music videos in both popularity and monetization.

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Speakers
avatar for Scott Snibbe

Scott Snibbe

CEO & Founder, Eyegroove
Scott Snibbe is an entrepreneur and pioneer in interactive video, music, gesture, and digital art. Snibbe is the founder and CEO of the social music video startup Eyegroove. He was previously the founder of Snibbe Studio, producer of interactive music apps, including the world's first... Read More →


Wednesday March 18, 2015 12:30pm - 1:30pm
ACC Room 11AB Austin Convention Center

2:00pm

How Visuals & Tech are Changing the Live Electronic Music Experience
"Visuals dictate the music I play“ - Anonymously stated by one of the biggest stars in EDM, this statement encapsulates the current state of electronic live performance. In the US, electronic music festivals are at an all-time high with just shy of 1m tickets sold to EDM-only festivals in 2014. The performance of electronic music is no longer just about a DJ mixing two tracks. It’s about a shared experience, the combined consumption of realtime audio and video - giant screens, giant drops, a giant miracle touching all senses. Music tech companies, festival organizers and artists discuss what comes first in the conception of live shows, music or visuals, and in which direction things are heading in the future.

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Speakers
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Mate Galic

CTO/Pres, Native Instruments
avatar for Constantin Koehncke

Constantin Koehncke

Head of US Mktg & Global PR, Native Instruments
I work for Native Instruments - a company full of creative nerds putting musical tools in the hands of millions of musicians, DJ and performers. Some of those hands are of famous people, like Radiohead, Skrillex, Zedd or Hans Zimmer.
avatar for Zel McCarthy

Zel McCarthy

Editor in Chief, Thump
Zel McCarthy is the Editor in Chief of THUMP, the electronic music and culture channel at VICE. Since the halcyon days of rave he has covered dance music for a variety of outlets, including Billboard, inthemix, and Big Shot where he was an editor for several years. Fun fact: while... Read More →
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Miguel Risueño

CTO/Production Designer, Production Club Inc
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Raymond Roker

Content Dir/Exec Producer, Goldenvoice
I'm a veteran entrepreneur and content executive living in Los Angeles, working for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival as well as other Goldenvoice/AEG Live festivals and concerts.


Wednesday March 18, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
ACC Room 17B Austin Convention Center

3:30pm

Exposure vs. Revenue on YouTube: Must We Choose?
YouTube is the largest streaming platform in the world with a massive breadth of content, a large portion of which is devoted to music. It also boasts the second most powerful search engine after Google, making it ideal for music discovery. While publishers, artists and labels make money on YouTube, and while YouTube continues to focus on increasing revenue for content creators, the age old question exists: if we have to make a choice, what’s more important: audience exposure or revenue? We will attempt to answer that question, taking into account who is asking, what the ultimate goal is, and what the best corresponding strategies are.

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Speakers
avatar for Sarah Caliendo

Sarah Caliendo

VP Video Svcs, The Orchard
Sarah is the Vice President of Video Services at The Orchard where she oversees the global team driving all YouTube & VEVO services for clients.
avatar for Gray Gannaway

Gray Gannaway

Founder, Quarterlab
Gray is an entertainment industry executive with more than a decade of experience and expertise in business and corporate development, strategic partnerships, licensing, marketing, and video strategy. From 2003 through 2009, he served as Senior Vice President of Business Development... Read More →
avatar for Bob Lugowe

Bob Lugowe

Dir of Mktg, Relapse Records
Bob Lugowe graduated from Northeastern University in 2009 with a degree in music business. He has been working at Relapse since 2008 and running the marketing and promotional department since 2012, where he's overseen the growth and stability of the label's YouTube account. Bob is... Read More →
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Christophe Muller

Dir/Global Music Partnerships, YouTube
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Elliott Walker

Manager, Music Content Partnerships, YouTube
Elliott Walker is Manager of Music Content Partnerships at YouTube, where he develops strategic partnerships for the music team and manages music partner relationships, with a particular focus on independent labels. Prior to joining YouTube, Elliott spent 10 years on the label side... Read More →


Wednesday March 18, 2015 3:30pm - 4:30pm
ACC Room 10B Austin Convention Center
 
Thursday, March 19
 

3:30pm

MTV for 2015: A New Music Video Channel by PubRadio
Artists get their music exposed by playing and videotaping live sessions at radio stations. Even the most well-traveled artists can only reach so many markets. In response, a historic public radio partnership is launching here at SXSW. “VuHaus" is a new consumer-facing music video channel that expands the exposure of local and national acts. Hear what the next generation of networked video distribution means for the future of live performance music videos, to fans and the entire public radio system.

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Speakers
avatar for Mike Henry

Mike Henry

CEO, Paragon Media Strategies
Mike Henry is CEO of media consulting firm Paragon and a 2012 Peabody Award winner. Mike has 30+ years experience consulting radio, record labels, TV, cable, satellite radio, digital media, emerging technology, media lenders and buyers. Specialties include media start-ups, creating... Read More →
avatar for Greg Holden

Greg Holden

Program Director, WFUV
Singer and songwriter Greg Holden has made a name for himself as an independent artist for the past several years, releasing two albums, 2009’s A Word in Edgeways and 2011’s I Don’t Believe You. His song “The Lost Boy” — a poetic rumination inspired by a Dave Eggers... Read More →
avatar for Rita Houston

Rita Houston

Program Director, WFUV
A nationally recognized tastemaker filled with a broad knowledge and passion for music, Program Director Rita Houston shapes the musical direction of WFUV's acclaimed and unique music format. Firmly based in the greatest city in the world, Houston's music mix brings 'rock for grownups... Read More →


Thursday March 19, 2015 3:30pm - 4:30pm
ACC Room 17B Austin Convention Center