One of the highlights of annual music industry tradeshow Midem is its Visionary Monday conference strand, where thought leaders from the music business and beyond share their thoughts about the future.
With music and technology so tightly intertwined these days, there’s sure to be a lot to interest you, dear The Next Web reader. Samsung’s TJ Kang (who we spoke to yesterday) and Ford CTO, Paul Macarenas will discuss the connected future of the content industry, Rackspace’s Robert Scoble will look at the impact of wearable computing, sensors, big data, social, and location on the music business, and themes like how artists can leverage new technology will be explored. There’s also the chance to find out who won the Midemlab startup competition.
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So, watch, learn and enjoy. The full programme is listed below the video embed.
Schedule (all times CET):
1100: Opening remarks
1105: Artists Leveraging Tech & Brands
1145: Music in the Age of Context (Robert Scoble)
1155: Discover the Winners of Midemlab 2013
1220: A Roadmap to Navigate Music Marketing
1230 – 1430: Lunch break
1430: Lang Lang: The classical pianist explains how talent, technology and brand partnerships exposed his music to a broader audience
1500: Creativity Means Business
1510: Discover the Winners of Midem Marketing Competition 2013
1630: John Hayes, American Express
1700: Coding & Music
1710: Debate – How the Music Industry Manages Innovation
1810: Closing performance from Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky