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MUSEXPO Offers 15% Discount to BMI Writers

Posted in News on February 7, 2006
MUSEXPO is now offering a 15% discount to all BMI songwriters and composers for its 2006 conference. A forward-thinking, exclusive gathering being held at the Wyndham Bel Age Hotel in Los Angeles from April 30 to May 3, MUSEXPO 2006 will examine the most pressing and controversial facets of the global music business, as well as provide networking opportunities for musicians and executives in the music industry.

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Co-sponsored by BMI and presented by artist development company A&R Worldwide, MUSEXPO 2006 will focus on attracting a limited, exclusive group of high-level music and media professionals from around the world, including label presidents, A&R and publishing executives, programmers from some of the world's most influential and artist-friendly radio stations, film/TV and interactive music supervisors, digital providers, mobile and online platforms, bookers and promoters, as well as artists and artist managers.

Universal Music Publishing Group Chairman/CEO David Renzer has confirmed his participation for the keynote panel and joins other influential executives such as Virgin Records U.S. Chairman/CEO Jason Flom and Starbucks Entertainment President Ken Lombard.

The round-table networking sessions will address international music and media industry creative issues to bring about positive solutions and identify artist development needs and opportunities in the changing international music marketplace.

The conference will place a strong emphasis on the discovery and development of talent, exploring creative avenues to market and break new artists as well as highlight some of the stellar discoveries at the evening artist showcases. The staff of A&R Worldwide will make a concerted effort to assist delegates with establishing essential relationships with like-minded professionals from around the world. Key global media partners have agreed to attend and participate to actively promote MUSEXPO.

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