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Wednesday, October 16 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Walk With Me: Mobile Takeover

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As mobile explodes as the primary avenue of content consumption, mobile technologies are playing a larger role in distribution of music. Telco companies are positioning themselves for the future, while artists and labels are using mobile technologies in creative ways to make music a bigger part of the mobile experience.

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Donnie Dinch

Donnie Dinch is a designer, builder, and entrepreneur focused on the intersection of live music and mobile technology. He is the co-founder and CEO of WillCall, a music discovery app that makes it incredibly easy for people to see live shows.
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Jenn Downs

By day Jenn is a User Experience Researcher at MailChimp. | By night she’s a songwriter and loves Rock and Roll!
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Kevin Godley

Famous for his founding role in seminal UK band 10cc, Kevin Godley has gone on to become an award winning video maker and true musical innovator. With his partner Lol Creme, he directed promos for the likes of The Police, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Lou Reed and Peter Gabriel before going on to develop a solo CV that includes U2’s Zoo TV and Paul McCartney’s Paul Is Live US tour film, as well as work with Blur and The Charlatans. His... Read More →
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Randy Nichols

Owner-Operator, Force Media Management
I have guided my artists to several Gold records and Grammy nominations. Overseen releases and sold out tours on six continents. My acts have seen a combined sales of over 3 million records and $10 million plus dollars in merchandise sales. | | Regularly invited to speak about artist management, merchandise and technology at conferences including SXSW, CMJ, Launch Music Conference, Montauk Music Festival as well as several universities... Read More →