Digital Music Forum - West

Event Info

Wed 6 - Thu 7 Oct, 2010 from 1:00pm - 6:00pm
The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
7000 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, 90028, US (Map)
Cost: $599 - $899


Last year, Mobile Apps and Social Media were hot! What will be the buzz this year?

Join 300+ of the most influential music and digital media leaders for this prestigious event.  This year’s speakers will include:

In the course of three tumultuous decades in popular music, Tommy Boy founder and Chairman, Tom Silverman, has created a striking success story for himself and his company. In the process, Tommy Boy has earned gold, platinum and multi-platinum albums by such artists as Everlast, Queen Latifah, Coolio, Naughty By Nature, Club Nouveau, De La Soul, Digital Underground, and House of Pain, and has been Billboard Magazine’s number one dance label for six years in a row. In addition to unique artists and great records, Silverman’s innovative ideas about packaging, marketing and distribution of music helped separate Tommy Boy from the pack. 

Chris Tsakalakis led eBay's acquisition of StubHub in 2007 and is General Manager of the combined eBay Tickets / StubHub business, responsible for full P&L and post-merger integration. StubHub is the world's largest ticket marketplace, enabling fans to buy and sell tickets to tens of thousands of sports, concert, theater and other live entertainment events.

Rick Alden is the CEO of Skullcandy and founded the company in 2003.

Fred Goodman, a former editor of Rolling Stone and the author of hundreds of features, his groundbreaking and critically lauded book, The Mansion on the Hill: Dylan, Young, Geffen, Springsteen, and the Head-on Collision of Rock and Commerce, chronicled the evolution of the archaic underground rock & roll scene of the 1960s into the global record industry. With his newly published Fortune's Fool: Edgar Bronfman, Jr., Warner Music, and an Industry in Crisis, Goodman casts his eyes again on the recording industry, tracing its catastrophic decline in the Internet era.



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