The Billboard 2010 Music & Money Symposium at the St. Regis in New York has wrapped. The event brought together the music, legal, financial and Wall Street communities and featured keynote addresses with Vevo CEO Rio Caraeff and MTV's Van Toffler. Take a look at what the day offered here. Below, some quick shots from the event.

Doors open!

Billboard editorial director Bill Werde (left) with Vevo CEO Rio Caraeff during the event's first keynote (Caraeff replaced L.A. Reid).
Quotes from the discussion culled from our Twitter feed:
- “We’re not focused on sell-through. I could lower prices and sell out quickly.”
- 20-30 million streams per day, 500 million streams per month through the Vevo network.
- "The cost of making videos will go down. If the artists and fans are into it, who cares what the budget is?"

Loeb & Loeb co-chairman John Frankenheimer greeting guests.

Billboard digital and mobile correspondent Antony Bruno moderated the "App Observations: A Mobile Drilldown" panel this morning. From left to right are Bruno, Tapulous CEO Bart Decrem, Verizon Wireless director of strategic business development and partner management Ed Ruth, Smule CEO Jeff Smith, Nokia's global head of music Liz Schimel, EMI's senior VP global digital marketing Syd Schwartz and Daniel Klaus, managing partner at AppFund.

Decrem and Smith, post-panel revelry.

This morning's "With the Brand: When Companies Boost Content" moderated by Billboard's Cortney Harding. From left to right, Harding, Vevo's Rio Caraeff, Hot Topic chief music officer John Kirkpatrick, Mattel senior counsel of music and entertainment Katrina McMullan, EMI's executive VP of global brand partnerships, licensing and synch Cynthia Sexton, and Greg Luckman, president of GroupM entertainment, sports, partnerships (ESP).

The "Digital Now" panel sponsored by iHipHop. Peter Kafka (left), senior editor of All Things Digital moderated the group. Left to right, Kafka, president of CBS Interactive Music Group David Goodman, Forrester Research analyst Sonal Gandhi, MTV senior VP of Electronic Games and Music Paul DeGooyer, Ning co-founder and CEO Gina Bianchini and Cameo Carlson, executive VP of Universal Motown Republic Group.
Quotes and bits from the panel culled from our Twitter feed:
- Virtual gifts and premium features a great way to monetize social networks—Ning’s Bianchini.
- soundctrl "The way to make money is to be comprehensive with the strategy" -sonal gandhi (forrester research)
- 5% of CBS Radio's reveneus from digital channels per Music Interactive Group David Goodman.
- Universal Music Motown Republic's Cameo Carlson: Don’t need to take a cut of everything. e-mail lists are valuable too.

Lunch at the St. Regis.

The M&A panel "Who's Next?" moderated by Louis Hau, deputy editor of Billboard.

Van Toffler, president of MTV Networks Music and Logo Group, during the afternoon's keynote session.

The event's panels closed with "The View from the Top: The Publishers' Panel," led by John T. Frankenheimer, co-chairman, Loeb & Loeb LLP. From left to right, Frankenheimer, chairman/CEO of Sony/ATV Music Publishing Martin Bandier, EMI Music Publishing chairman/CEO Roger Faxon, national managing director of specialty finance/legal specialty of Wells Fargo Wealth Management Jeffrey Grossman, Warner/Chappell Music chairman/CEO Dave Johnson, and Bug Music CEO John Rudolph.