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Tuesday, May 15 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Head Full of Streams

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How can you expand and improve the live concert experience for music fans? Californian band, Severe Tire Damage, were the first band to live stream their performance in June 1993. Almost a quarter of a century later, there have been huge advances in technology that have impacted live streaming. However, whether it’s legendary recorded concerts from iconic artists, or live streams of today’s newest stars, there’s still plenty of room for innovation in audio quality, personalization and fan engagement. Attend this session to learn about the latest trends and developments in live audio streaming.

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Michael Jbara

Mike Jbara is the CEO of MQA.  Previously, Jbara worked at Warner Music Group, where he held roles as Head of Studios, President of ADA Worldwide, President of WEA Corp., and most recently Corp EVP of Technology. Before joining Warner, he was part of the New York-based Media and... Read More →

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Angel Gambino

CEO & Founder, Sensai
Angel Gambino is the CEO & Founder of Sensai, a social artificial intelligence startup. She is also a WIRED Top 100 executive who has built companies on three continents, an urban regeneration pioneer, a visionary investor, and an environmental lawyer. The technology phase of her... Read More →
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Brad Serling

CEO & Founder, nugs.net
Brad Serling is the CEO & Founder of nugs.net, a company he started as a way to share the tapes he was making of Grateful Dead and Phish shows. Eventually, the Grateful Dead hired Serling as a consultant in mid-2000 and by 2002 nugs.net went from fan site to paid download provide... Read More →

Tuesday May 15, 2018 11:00am - 11:50am CDT
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