The Bandwidth Music | Technology Conference is taking place August 14 & 15 at the University Club in Nob Hill.
BEAT-Law's Tony Berman will be leading the discussion about digital legal issues @ 1 pm in the Library.
Other featured speakers include Susan Bonds and Alex Lieu, President/CEO and Chief Creative Officer of 42 Entertainment, Jonathan Poneman, co-founder of Sub Pop Records, and Alexandra Patsavas, founder of Chop Shop Music.
From their website:
Bandwidth features conversations with movers and shakers, as well as a chance to interact with others in an intimate environment - the right people in the right space in numbers that make it easy to connect.
Topics focus on marketing, fan behavior, trends and future forecasts, and an examination of the ways people discover, purchase, interact with, and are exposed to music.
Hope to see you there!