San Diego, CA, May 07, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The Music-Entertainment Conference, hosted by Urban Network Digital & Amalgamation Magazine: An Industry Quarterly, guarantees to be a weekend full of industry networking opportunities, informative panel and workshop sessions, along with music performances by nearly 70 recording artists.
Themed “Back to Basics 2,” the Conference will be held June 4-7, 2015, at the tropical-themed Crowne Plaza Hotel, 2270 Hotel Circle North, San Diego, CA 92108. General Registration is $100. Hotel guest rooms are $155 per night plus tax. To register for the Conference, visit http://urbannetworkdigital.com/register-for-the-conference-today/
The growing list of key sponsors and media partners are: Payne Pest Management, Glide (the Live Video Messaging App), U Can Fly Promotions, SESAC, Slacker Radio, Hydra Management Group, Big Top Entertainment, San Diego stations Z90.3, Magic 92.5, Tayari Media Group, Fusicology, and local San Diego newspapers The Voice & Viewport, and The Monitor.
This year’s topics and themes range from “The Many Facets of Urban Radio”; “Today’s Rap Music Game-How to Make Money in 2015”; “Back to Basics 2, What Every Artist Should Know”; “This New Era of A&R”; “A Songwriter/Producer’s Forum”; “Streaming Music Platforms & You”; “Understanding the Convergence of Music, Marketing & Technology in a Connected Culture”; “Break The Internet: The Fundamentals of Getting Discovered and Building Your Brand Online”; and “Decks, BPMs and Playlists: A DJ’s Power Panel.”
Representatives, executives, A&Rs, program directors and more will be on hand as panelists/speakers, and from some of the following companies: iHeart Radio, Radio One, Music Choice, KJLH-FM/Los Angeles, Fusion Radio/San Diego, Young California DJs, Slacker Radio, REVOLT TY, MyDiveo, UCLA School of Music Business, Huffington Post, SKEE TV/Dash Radio, Warner Bros. Records, Interscope Records, RCA Records, Capitol Records, Notting Hill Music Publishing, Universal Music Group, iNGrooves Music, Roc Nation, the Chemists, Peer Music Group, Disney Music Group, Brand X, The OWN Network, Black Entertainment Television, along with performance rights organizations ASCAP, BMI and SESAC, music trade organizations such as the Recording Academy (producers of the GRAMMYS), and various media companies.
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www.urbannetworkdigital.com or www.amalgamationmag.com/website