Digital Music Summit in Nashville, April 24

Next Tuesday (4/24), Belmont University will host the 3rd annual Leadership Music Digital Summit, an intensive one day conference “dedicated to the business, creative and legal issues of digital music.”

Conference sessions will include discussions and presentations on such timely issues as intellectual property, licensing, digital rights management, use of mobile phones for licensed content, and music use on social netowrking sites such as MySpace. Terry McBride, a co-founder of Canada’s powerful Nettwerk Music Group, will give the keynote address.

All events will be held at Belmont’s Curb Center in Nashville.

A full event schedule and registration details can be found on the official Digital Summit site.

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