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The New Music Seminar Is HIRING!!!

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The New Music Seminar  is currently looking to hire Sales Team Representatives and a Promotions/Marketing Director. Job descriptions are posted below for your review and convenience.

Sales Team Reps

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Promotions/Marketing Director

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For more information please contact: jobs@newmusicseminar.com

About The New Music Seminar

From the co-founder and director of the original legendary New Music Seminar comes a conference for the Next Music Business.  Artists have never had so much power to control their own careers and build their success. The New Music Seminar’s mission is to create a music business in which talent can rise to its highest potential based solely on its merit, without regard to its financial resources or connections. To help artists and their representatives achieve success. To create a new economic model that better rewards both artists, their investors and those in artist services. This affordable event gives artists and their representatives the knowledge, tools and connections to step into the tomorrow’s music business today.


 

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New Music Seminar NYC Event Schedule

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Opening Night Party

Where: Santo’s Party House- located at: 96 Lafayette Street (one block south of Canal Street)

What: Meeting and Networking with like minded individuals in the music industry– Co-hosted by comedians Margaret Cho and Rob Cantrell. Come network at the cocktail reception and meet the attending delegates, set up meetings for the convention and help celebrate the start of the New Music Seminar. The NMS Opening remarks will kick off the start of the evening showing the latest trends, where the business is at and where it will be going to give you valuable information to succeed.

Time/ Schedule:

6:00 –  Registration Opens

6:00-8:00 –  Cocktail Reception

8:30 – Live Performances

Day 1 of The Seminar 7/20/10

Where: Webster Hall- located at: 125 East 11th Street (between 3rd and 4th Avenue)

What: A day of getting educated by top professionals (via panels, lectures, breakout sessions, workshops, and seminars) about the current state of the music industry and its future.

Time/ Schedule:

8:30 AM – Registration Opens

9:45-10:30 – Keynote Address

11:00-12:30 – The Next Music Business Unveiled

The game has changed, traditional radio, charts, retail, music video is fading. A new world of opportunities for developing artists to do redefine success and do it themselves has emerged. Moderator: Ariel Hyatt (Ariel Publicity & Cyper PR) Panelists:Eric Garland (Big Champagne), Jay Frank (CMT), Mike Doernberg (ReverbNation), Gwen Lipsky (SoundThinking)

1:00 – Gibson Guitar Giveaway

All registered delegates at NMS NYC 2010 are automatically entered into the drawing to win a Satin White Gibson SG Raw Power Guitar (valued at $1,284)! Must be present to win.

1:30-3:00 – TED style Lectures

Four 18-minute talks, on how artists, no matter where they are at in their career, can make more money.

  • 1:30 – Tony Van Veen (Discmakers, CD Baby)
  • 1:50 – Bob Cramer & Phil Antoniadis (Nimbit)
  • 2:10 – Martin Atkins (Tour: Smart, Invisible Records)
  • 2:30 – Ralph Simon (Mobilium)

3:30-5:00 – Second Movement The future of media

In a world beyond the concept of CPM and reach and frequency, how will new artists break? The web is truly worldwide and potentially infinite. As media migrates to the web over the next 10 years, how will that change what breaks and how? Moderator: Peter Kafka (All Things) Panelists: Joe Kennedy (Pandora), David Goodman (CBS Interactive), Courtney Holt (MySpace Music)

8:00 – “ARTIST ON THE VERGE” Finals at Santo’s Party House

Come network and hear the hottest Artists who are the finalists from a national talent search who have met the criteria of rising above the noise ceiling and doing it on their own without the help of a major or major independent label. The winner will be announced on Wednesday, July 21st at NMS and receive over $25,000 worth of musical equipment, services and consultations from the new leaders of the music industry and other valuable prizes to take their career to the next level. Your NMS Badge gains you complimentary admission at the door.

Day 2 of The Seminar 7/21/10

Where: Webster Hall- located at: 125 East 11th Street (between 3rd and 4th Avenue)

What: A day of getting educated by top professionals (via panels, lectures, breakout sessions, workshops, and seminars) about the current state of the music industry and its future.

Time/ Schedule:

8:30 AM – Registration Opens

10:00- 11:30 – Third Movement: Your Live Tour: How to Rise Above the Glut, Get Beyond the 300 Ticket Barrier, Make More Money and Prepare for the Warfare That Lies Ahead:

How to get to the 300 ticket mark in multiple markets or gain the coveted opening act slot and make money as a touring musician. Learn the simple steps, do’s and don’ts and secrets from those who are making the decisions. Moderator: Martin Atkins (Tour:Smart, Invisible Records) Panelists: Corrie Christopher (Agent, VP APA), Michael Donovan (Sr. Talent Buyer, AEG Northeast)

11:30- 1:00 – Breakout Session 1

  • Tom Jackson (Onstagesucces.com)
  • Corey Denis (Not Shocking)
  • Linda Lorence-Critelli (SESAC)
  • Ralph Jaccodine (Manager)
  • Shannon Schlappi (Rockdex)
  • Rick Goetz (Musician’s Coaching)
  • Ariel Hyatt (Ariel Publicity/Cyber PR)
  • Marc Jacobson, Esq (Legal)
  • Dave Rosenheim (Jambase)
  • Chris McDonald (Indie Feed)
  • Jay Frank (Author, Future Hit DNA/CMT)

12:00- 1:30 – TED style Lectures

Four 18-minute talks, on how artists, no matter where they are at in their career, can make more money.

  • 12:00 – Michael Doernberg (Reverbnation)
  • 12:20 – Chris Vinson (Bandzoogle)
  • 12:40 – John Simpson (Soundexchange)
  • 1:00 – TBD

1:30-2:30 – Lunch Break

1:30- 3:00 – Breakout Session 2

  • Kissy Black (Lotus Nile)
  • Cassie Petrey (Crowd Surf)
  • Dameon Guess (Jakprints Merchandise)
  • Brian Carpizo (Eventric)
  • Michael Kauffman (Rightsflow-Limelight)
  • Joe Serling, Esq (Legal)
  • Darren Gallop (Marcato Digital Solutions)
  • Emily White (Manager, Whitesmith Entertainment)
  • Phil Sarna (Phil Sarna Business Mgmt)
  • Pam Workman (Workman Entertainment)

2:30-4:00 – Fourth Movement: The Creative Conundrum

Increasing your odds with radical differentiation. Panelists: Steve Van Zandt(E Street Band), Tom Jackson (OnStageSuccess.com)

4:30 – Bar Opens and Cocktails Served

4:30- 6:00 – Fifth Movement: The Breaks

Artists discuss mentors and miracles. How they first broke through. Life changing moments. Moderator: Margaret Cho (Comedian)

6:00-6:30 – Closing Remarks

Announcement of the winner of the NMS “Artist on the Verge” Contest

Closing Party

Where: Santo’s Party House- located at: 96 Lafayette Street (one block south of Canal Street)

What: Meeting and Networking with like minded individuals in the music industry

Cost: Your NMS Badge gains you complimentary admission at the door.

Time/ Schedule: 8:00PM

Please go to www.NewMusicSeminar.com for more information , watch the EPK and see past events which were held in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.