Inaugural Music Conference Taking Place October 16-19 at Fontainebleau Miami Beach

RMC2014 Logo (PNG)The REVOLT Music Conference provides an environment where technology meets influencers, music executives,entrepreneurs, songwriters, designers, producers, bloggers, students, brand managers, marketing executives, publicists, music artists and more. It is the must-attend, one-of-a-kind forum designed to help guests do one thing… understand and navigate theevolution of the music business. Informative and inspirational panels, anchored by the most influential leaders in music, technology and branding, deliver an educational experience that gives attendees a platform leaver as influencers themselves.

SELECT SPEAKERS
• Sean Combs, Co-founder, REVOLT Media & TV• Bob Pittman, Chairman and CEO, Clear Channel• Russell Simmons, CEO, All Def Digital & Co-founder Def Jam• L.A. Reid, Chairman and CEO, Epic Records• Julie Greenwald, Group Chairman/COO, Atlantic Records• Guy Oseary, Founder of Maverick and Manager • Lars Murray, Head of Music Industry Relations at Pandora• Jon Platt, President at Warner/ Chappell Music• Rob Stone, Co-founder, The Fader• Frank Cooper, Chief Marketing Officer at PepsiCo• Rio Caraeff, CEO of VEVO• Marc Ecko, Founder and Chief Brand Officer at Complex• Kevin McGurn, Chief Revenue Officer at Shazam• Omar Johnson, EVP Marketing at Beats by Dre• Britt Morgan-Saks, Head of Artist Services at Spotify

Confirmed Panels Include:

The State of Women in Music
Shaking up the balance of power in the music industry, these successful women are leading the charge in the C-suite as managers and as leaders. Learn from their secrets of success in navigating the changing music industry.

Social Media: Influence, Currency and Monetization
A strong point of view and consistency are two elements in a winning social media strategy. Learn how you and your brand can get traction in social media, leading to monetization.

Disruptors: The New Record Business
Technology, media and social media have disrupted the record business. Learn how and why you should care about where the record business is going and who is in control.

The Lost Art Form of A&R
The ability to spot talent and surround them with people to help facilitate the artist vision is core to A&R. Hear lessons for developing and working with talent in the age of social media, digital sales and global branding.

How to Start Your Own Independent Label
With so many artists crowding the music landscape, it is necessary to take matters into your own hands in order to break through the noise. Learn from experts in building a brand independently (pros, cons, financials and pitfalls), and hear how brands can best work with independent artists/labels.

Coming to America: EDM
From underground culture in Europe, electronic dance music has breathed new life into American clubs, commercials and concerts. Hear why the fan army is growing with an EDM festival coming to a city near you.

The Business of Music Publishing
#newrules in music publishing are being written by these leaders that are at the top of their game. Hear lessons for how they achieved success and steward hits for others and what’s next for the future of subscription radio.

360 Degrees of the Music Business
Managers share secrets of building businesses around artists, extending their brands beyond tracks, albums, and concerts and turning them into products.

The New Deal: Brands and Artists
Music is a bridge, and marketers have worked with artists as talent, spokespeople, and creative directors to create and move product. Learn what senior marketers think about the new relationship between brands and artists.

Register

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A native of Miami, Florida, Kerline Jules is one of South Florida’s leading young professionals and community leaders invested in public service and passionate about elevating the message of social and economic empowerment. Kerline believes a legacy of good intentions is no legacy at all; her very focus is on making sure that her life’s work makes an impact.

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