Twenty-One Speakers Announced for Music Summit at Web Summit
For the second year, Web Summit will host a one-day standalone Music Summit at the RDS in Dublin.
Taking place on Thursday 5 November, Music Summit will focus on five main areas: streaming, live performance, fan engagement, music management, and live experience.
Twenty-one of the thirty speakers have been announced, including Chris Kaskie, President of Pitchfork; Matthew Postgate, Chief Technology Officer of BBC Radio; Paul Lamere, Director of Developer Platform at The Echo Nest, which is a division of Spotify; Matthew Clayton, co-founder of Mixcloud; John Amato, Co-President of Guggenheim Media’s Entertainment Group, which publishes Billboard magazine; Cliff Chenfeld, CEO of the New York label Razor and Tie; and Hans-Holger Albrecht, CEO of Deezer.
Music Summit will also feature artist managers such as Tim Clark, Founding Partner of ie:music, which represents Robbie Williams; Brian Message of ATC Management, which manages The Staves and Kate Tempest; and Dave Chumbley from Primary Talent International, which represents Daft Punk and Imogen Heap.
For more, visit https://websummit.net/summits/music-summit
Published on 7 October 2015