SXSW Music Conference Sessions

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  • Advertising IS the New Radio (Josh Rabinowitz, mod.)
  • ATM In Your Pocket–Apps are Driving Real Dollars (Michael Schneider, mod.)
  • Banded Together: Touring as a Standup Comedy Group (Julie Seabaugh, mod.)
  • Banking Beats: Africa’s Music Economy (Ngozi Odita, mod.)
  • Beyond Just Music Licensing in Advertising (Eric David Johnson aka DJ Bunny Ears, mod.)
  • Beyond Sync: Turning Placements Into Partnerships (Eric Shaw, mod.)
  • Beyond the Kitchen SYNC: Music/Brand Collaboration (Mike Boris, mod.)
  • Blood Music Sex Magick (Howard Wuelfing, mod.)
  • Boys and Girls 'N the Hood: Regional Music Scenes, Then and Now (Will Hermes, mod.)
  • Bringing the Arena to Your Phone (William Mills, mod.)
  • Cash For Songs: Insider Secrets of Music Placement (Sherry Orson, mod.)
  • Composing for TV - Get Started and Build a Career (Cindy Badell-Slaughter, mod.)
  • Confessions of a Dynamic Pricing Vendor (Barry Kahn, solo presenter)
  • Cool Garage Recording Tools and the Crap to Avoid (Barry Rudolph, mod.)
  • Cover Songs to Karaoke: Alternate Revenue Streams (Patrick Sullivan, mod.)
  • Creating a Scene in 2012 (Nick Bodor, mod.)
  • Digital Musicologists: Online Music's Tastemakers (Stephen Thomas Erlewine, mod.)
  • Give Fans A Reason To Buy; Make Direct-to-Fan Work (Brendan Moore, mod.)
  • Guitar World Presents: Badass Apps (Laura Whitmore, mod.)
  • Hometown to National: How to Grow Your Band (Michael Creamer, mod.)
  • How Artists Work with Big Media to Grow Fanbase (Shannon Connolly, mod.)
  • How Stella Got Her Masters Back: Reversion Rights (Daryl Friedman, mod.)
  • How To Make A Great Record (Victor Van Vugt, mod.)
  • How YouTube Festival Webcasts Changed the World (Hank Neuberger, mod.)
  • In the iCloud Era Who Can You Trust to Find Music? (Elliot Aronow, mod.)
  • Indies Going Mobile (Ted Verani, mod.)
  • International Touring (Christian Bernhardt, mod.)
  • Managing Publicity (Suzanne Cadgene, mod.)
  • Music Collecting Societies: What's the Point? (Peter Bradbury, mod.)
  • Music Industry Higher Education (Justin Sinkovich, mod.)

  • The Music Publishing 101 (Andrew Krents, mod.)
  • Navigating the Middle (Brad Navin, mod.)
  • New Digs: A Rock and Roll Library and Archives (Jim Henke, mod.)
  • No Label, No Manager, No Problem? (Nani Stoick, mod.)
  • Not Your Father’s House Concert (Susan Tanner, mod.)
  • On the Web, Biggest Opportunities That Others Miss (Elizabeth Leahy, mod.)
  • Pathway to Placement: A Live Music Supervision Session (Rebecca Rienks, mod.)
  • Reaching Today's Digital Music Consumers (Adam Klein, mod.)
  • Reblog Culture: Tumblr and Social Music Fandom (Rae Votta, mod.)
  • Set Your Content Free (It's Harder Than You Think) (Michael Petricone, mod.)
  • Side B: How the Internet Revived Mixtapes (John Verrochi, mod.)

  • Single And Ready To Mingle (Judy Tint, mod.)
  • Small Markets Can Build Careers (Stephen Clair, mod.) 
+ Snacky Tunes: Food, Music & Internet Radio (Darin Bresnitz,mod.)

  • The Evolution Of Music Discovery In The Cloud (Andrea Leonelli, mod.)

  • The Musician's Survival Guide (Adam Natale,mod.)
  • The Recipe For Success: Old School vs. New School (Allison Shaw, mod.)

  • The United States of Americana (Jesse Lauter, mod.)
  • They Used to Call It Classical (Ed Ward, mod.)
  • Tour Design - Creating the Live Experience (Jake Jorgovan, mod.)

  • Transnational Beats: Muslim Americans and Hip Hop (Sana Saeed, mod.)

  • UK Confidential: Success strategies for the UK (Jules Parker, mod.)
  • Who Said You Could Use My Name?(Brian Rosenblatt, mod.)