Billboard's FutureSound conference is coming up fast: Nov. 17 & 18 in San Francisco. And we're proud to announce our latest lineup of exciting keynote speakers:
Joe Kennedy, CEO of Pandora, will be joining us on the keynote stage. This event is focused on investing in the digital music business, so it just stands to reason that the one of the rare public companies in this space should be on hand.
Don't miss Billboard's FutureSound Conference, taking place November 17-18 at Terra in San Francisco. FutureSound will feature keynotes from the top minds in investment, technology and music today; presentations that will offer specific solutions structured around answering the most pressing questions; and workshops.
Steve Jang, founder and CEO of SoundTracking developer Schematic Labs will also join us, revealing some interesting data collected by the location-based music app over the course of the year, and will be joined by Twitter's head of platform Ryan Sarver to discuss social music engagement.
Rick Farman of Bonnaroo mastermind Superfly Presents will give a presentation on how they're working to merge the digital and physical music worlds, with details on how the developer community can help.
S-Curve Records founder Steve Greenberg will be joined by Travis Clark of roster act We The Kings to discuss the future of interactive music videos, based on the technology created by Interlude.
They join previously confirmed keynoters Ron Conway of SV Angels, Turntable.fm <http://turntable.fm/> 's Seth Goldstein, and a host of other presenters addressing some of the more difficult questions today's digital music business.
For the full agenda and registration information, please visit www.futuresoundconference.com