Music Industry Workshop Set For Today

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musicworks022 copy.jpgOn Friday February 27th the Ministry Of Information, Culture Youth & Sports under the patronage of The Hon. Olivia "Babsy" Grange will be staging a one day Music Industry Workshop geared towards educating and informing the local entertainment fraternity. The workshop which will feature a series of seminars is set against the backdrop of Reggae Month's 2nd Anniversary not to mention the 50 year coalition since the Jamaican Music Industry was formally birthed.

Amongst the distinguished guests and presenters for the day will be John Baker, CEO of Gee Jam Records, Vivian Chew CEO of Time Zone International, Claude Ismael CEO of Nevermind Entertainment, Entertainment Attorney from Atlanta Kendall Minter, Bryan Calhoun, VP of New Media & External Affairs at SoundExchange, CEO of Amit Kapur, Radio Announcer Wayne Jobson, CEO of Tommy Boy Records Tom Silverman, CEO of Bug Music John Rudolph and Chris Smith Artist Manger to name a few.

Among the Topics to be discussed are "International Licensing, Marketing & Artist Development", "Navigating The Digital World" and "What You Must Know To Succeed In The Music Industry".

The workshop will take place at the Courtleigh Auditorium and persons wishing to attend will be asked to register between the hours of 9AM - 10AM. Each seminar will run for two hours and the first will begin at 10AM with a special V.I.P reception scheduled for 6PM later that evening.