SANTA MONICA, Calif. Feb. 7, 2011 — The Recording Academy® GRAMMY® Social Media Rock Stars Summit 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011 Adam Lambert GRAMMY winner Chamillionaire Facebook Ethan Beard Foursquare Naveen Selvadurai Pandora Tim Westergren John Norris
This in-depth discussion will go beyond the ringtone and the digital download to cover the explosive growth of mobile devices as mp3 players, smart phones, tablets and other mobile devices have altered the way consumers interact with music. Additionally, the Summit will explore how the industry engages fans and consumers to share new music and how content has had a defined impact on the business. The panelists will tackle these issues and other related topics during the 90-minute event before a live audience and online interactive community, and the conversation will include: Streaming Music: Ownership and Copyright; How Artists Connect with Fans Through Mobile Applications & Social Media; The Importance of Music in Mobile Applications & Games; How the Music Industry Can Embrace the New Mobile World; The Importance of Location-Based Applications on the Live Music Experience; Privacy Issues within the Mobile Ecosystem; and more. The 2010 Social Media Rock Stars Summit featured 30 Seconds to Mars’ frontman Jared Leto, former CNN host Rick Sanchez, and the founders/CEOs of Digg, Flip, Mashable, MySpace, Tumblr, Twitter, and YouTube.
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