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Listen, talk, learn, exchan Speakers include: Music Glue Joe Porn Isle of Wight Festival /Solo John Giddings


Seth Jackson [PIAS] Media


9-10 OCTOBER 2012 Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London


Now in its sixth year, the Summit is the


only event in the UK dedicated to uniting and supporting the country’s


contemporary live music industry, and is an annual focal point for companies and individuals involved in the business of contemporary live music. .


With a focus on The Next Generation, Summit sessions will feature industry experts discussing key issues and initiatives that are taking the industry forward.


The event also off ers excellent networking


opportunities for promoters, artiste managers, agents and festival organisers as well as executives from leading brands, media and marketing companies.


The Summit aims to provide the live music industry with a unique opportunity for analysis, debate and future planning.


For further


information contact: The Events Team T: 020 7224 2442


E: info@liveuksummit.com MEDIA PARTNERS HEADLINE SPONSORS D.A.M Good Media Oliver White Attitude is Everything Suzanne Bull


Summit sessions include: Day One:


The Social Beast One Direction sold out nine 2013 dates at The O2 – more


than 150,000 tickets – via only social networks. Other artistes are doing much the same to varying degrees, so how socially active are you?


Maximum Exposure The coverage of live music in the media, and especially


on television, is substantial. So is the media simply meet- ing consumer demand or helping to create it?


Fight For Fairness Following the disturbing revelations in Channel 4’s


Dispatches: The Great Ticket Scandal and the Daily Mirror’s more recent exposé of underhand practises, this panel refl ects the views of a broadly-based movement emerging to stem the tide of touting and ticketing abuses.


The Music Chamber Following a successful debut last year, this in-the-round


session features politicians and industry leaders discussing crucial issues facing the live music sector. Be part of the public gallery.


Computer Says Yes Pioneers of online and new tech solutions for marketing


and managing live shows explain how their services and products work. Presentations will be followed by Q&A


and discussion opportunities.


Taking Control Developing new artistes has never been easier or


cheaper and there’s a plethora of DIY tools and resources available. Experts explain how to make the most of it.


Regular updates at ww SUPPORTING SPONSORS Virtual Festivals Steve Wild


Emma Hogan ITB


The Agency Group Geoff Meall


Nick Bryer Oxjam


Rob Hallett AEG Live


Live Nation Entertainment John Probyn


Steve Strange X-ray Touring


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