SXSW V2V would like to buy you a drink. Come on out to Mighty (119 Utah Street) between 6:00pm and 8:00pm to mix with your fellow entrepreneurs, digital creatives and tech professionals, and to learn a little more about what SXSW V2V has in store for its inaugural event in Las Vegas this August. One lucky party goer will win a FREE badge to attend SXSW V2V! Let us know you are coming, RSVP here!If you are in the San Francisco area this coming Monday, May 20,
The SXSW® Music and Media Conference is back for its 27th year. Our reputation as the biggest and most anticipated convergence of all things music is being kept alive by our continued effort to offer compelling daytime programming and stellar nighttime showcases.
Google Play Music All Acess launches
Story from LA Times.
Will Google Play Music All Access attract users?
Commentary from CNN.
Insomniac's Rotella faces prison sentence in upcoming hearing
Post from Get Lifted Tonght.
Warner Music gets approval to buy Parlaphone
Story from NY Times.
Meeting Ginger Baker: An experience to forget
Post from The Guardian.
iTunes revenue over time in chart form shows strength of content sales
Post from Asymco.
Google readies streaming music service
Story from The Verge.
Iovine and Dre donate $70 mil to USC for degree program
Story from NY Times.
Rushmore.fm, a music ecosystem, is decloaking today
Post from Tech Crunch.
Pandora plans to share more airplay data with artists
Story from Billboard.biz.
Mosh pit physics lead to strategies for crowd control
Video from Reuters.
FYF Fest announces lineup
Post from LA Weekly.
Johannesburg venue robbed of Bieber show money
Story from BBC.
Kiss plan to open 100 restaurants
Item from NME.
Warner Music revenue up 8.3% in Q2
Post from FMQB.
Superchunk announce new album 'I Hate Music'
Post from Pitchfork.
Aretha cancels shows under doctor's orders
Item from Yahoo.
Steve Case, one of America’s best-known and most accomplished entrepreneurs and philanthropists, and a pioneer in making the Internet part of everyday life, will deliver the Tuesday, August 13 Keynote for SXSW V2V.
Recently called "one of the nation's greatest entrepreneurs" by CNBC, Steve Case is Chairman and CEO of Revolution, Co-Founder of America Online and Chairman of The Case Foundation.
Steve co-founded America Online (AOL) in 1985, when the Internet was in its infancy. Under Steve’s leadership, AOL became the world’s largest and most valuable Internet company, and helped drive the worldwide adoption of a medium that has transformed business and society. AOL’s early focus on ease of use and social media set the stage for its rapid growth, and at its peak nearly half of Internet users in the United States used AOL. In 1992, AOL became the first Internet company to go public, and was the best performing stock of the 1990s, with a 11,616% return. Steve then negotiated what remains the largest merger in business history, bringing together AOL and Time Warner in a transaction that gave AOL shareholders a majority stake in the combined company. To facilitate the merger, Steve agreed to step down as CEO when the merger closed.
New! 2014 dates!
Interactive: March 7–11
Film: March 7–16
Music: March 11–16
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