Big conference week for us!
I’ll be speaking at AMPPR’s Public Radio Music Conference in New York City on Thursday, March 10 about – what else? – SoundExchange reporting. In addition to answering whatever questions you guys have, I’ll be sharing some interesting stats, charts and graphs on some of things we’ve gleaned from all the data that we’ve been collecting.
Meanwhile, down in Austin we’ll be well represented at the iMA conference, where we’re hosting the opening reception, on Thursday from 7:30-9:30pm where our new leader, Bob Kempf, will speak (click here to RSVP).
A number of of our folks will also be taking part in the session Take Advantage of NPR and PBS! Tactics You Can Implement Now (Friday at 9:45am), where they’ll be discussing topics like Project Argo and NPR’s Core Publisher Pilot.
If you’ll be attending one of these conference, be sure to say hello to me or my co-workers! We don’t bite.
Finally, if you haven’t done the following two things already, please do so ASAP:
2. Submit your Q1 2011 SoundExchange reporting data (deadline, Friday, April 8, 2011)
We hope to see you in New York or Austin!