SXSW Music Announces First Round of Programming for 2013

The SXSW Music Conference is proud to announce over 40 more panels to be included in its 2013 programming, the majority of which came from our PanelPicker process. Check them out below in alphabetical order.

These panels and talks run the gamut from exploring new revenue streams, band/brand collaborations, crowdfunding, policy and international issues, and much much more. If you want to explore the future of the music industry with us, be sure to register for SXSW before the rates increase on November 9.

This is far from an exhaustive list of the many panels, talks, and events you’ll see at SXSW Music.

Asia’s Seeping Influence Into Western Music (Rob Campanell, Blastro Networks)
Brands and Bands: Opportunities Beyond Licensing? (Roger Wojahn, Wojahn Bros Music)
Brands Are Music Fans Too, Not Just Pots Of Cash (Joe Edwards, I Like The Sound Of That)
C3S: Putting the Revenue in Creative Commons (Wolfgang Senges, Cultural Commons Collecting Society)
Constructive Disruption for the Music Biz (Jim Carroll, The Irish Times)
Digital Marketing Bootcamp For Musicians (Theda Sandiford, Universal Republic Records)
Digital Media/Music in Africa (Rab Bakari, Mixerpot LLC)
Downloaded: The Music Industry in the Digital Age (Alex Winter, VH1 Networks)
Economics, Consumer Psychology, and Music (Jodi Beggs, Northeastern University)
EDM: DJs vs Producers (Jeff Pollack, Pollack Media Group)
Enhancing the Mobile Music Experience (J Sider, BandPage)
Essential Music Royalties (Travis McFetridge, Great South Bay Music Group Inc.)
From 140 to 0: The Rise in Image-Based Marketing (Scott Perry, Sperry Media)
Get The Best Buck For Your Bang-Maximizing Revenue (Neeta Ragoowansi, TuneSat)
Herding Cats: New Digital Management for Artists (Rynda Laurel, 1968media)
How to Build a Profitable Music App (Legally) (Brian Hirsh, Echo Creative Group)
Inside the Music Supervisors’ Brain: Case Studies (Jon Bartlett, MEGAPHONO)
Insight from 1 Million Consumer Interviews (Chris Carey, EMI Music)
Into the Mystic: Secular Music as a Quest for More (Greg Garrett, Baylor University)
Live Music Supervision Session: Anatomy of a Scene (Rebecca Rienks, E! Entertainment/NBCUniversal)
Man v Machine: Data Science and the Future of A&R (Zanab Hussain, SimpleReach)
Music Festivals Powered by Tech Innovation (Esben Danielsen, Roskilde Festival)
Music in Devices – Can Music Support User Demand? (Vickie Nauman, 7digital)
Music Subscription & Artist Revenue (Antony Bruno, Digitalmusic.org)
Musical Identity: What Music Taste Says About You (Jim Lucchese, The Echo Nest)
Musician Business: Lessons from the Grateful Dead (Bob Weir, The Grateful Dead)
My Money & My Fans: The Copyright Conundrum (Margot Kaminski, Information Society Project at Yale Law)
Navigating Washington – Policy and Music in 2013 (Michael Bracy, Future of Music Coalition)
New Orleans Music Today (Scott Billington, Rounder Records)
Principles of Pop/Rock Record Making: Songwriting (Howard Benson, Howard Benson Productions)
Radio is Still Radio: And That’s a Good Thing (Brian Lakamp, Clear Channel)
Rogue Ticketing: Louis CK and LCD vs. Ticketmaster (Gannon Hall, Ticketfly)
Silicon Valley Isn’t the Enemy (Anymore) (Mike McGuire, Gartner)
Singles Labels + Artists: Proven Success (Jake Hurn, White Iris)
So We Won SOPA: Turning a Moment into a Movement (Michael Petricone, Consumer Electronics Association)
SXSW Interview: Ken Scott (interviewed by Kevin Augunas)
The Future of Music + Brands Looks Promising (Eric Johnson, DDB Chicago)
The Power of Lyrics in the Digital Age (Deborah Newman, MusicStrat)
The Royal(ties) Pain in the Music Industry’s A$$ (Patrick Reynolds, Triton Digital)
UK 101: How to Break Your Band in the UK (Jules Parker, PRS for Music)
Using Social to Fill the House (Jordan Glazier, Eventful)
Wild About You (Stuart Coupe, Laughing Outlaw Records & Management)
Writing for Music Libraries (Steve Knill, GMR Marketing)