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WOMEX Conference Sessions (Copenhagen, 27-31 Oct 2010)

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on October 27, 2010

WOMEX Conferences

Daytime Schedule
Location Kit (pdf) incl. venue maps and all schedules
Conference Sessions
Matchmaking for Publishers
Country Speed-Dating
Mentoring Sessions


To arrange for a Networking Meeting or to book a Presentation or Reception at WOMEX, send an email to conference@womex.com.

 


Seminars, mentoring, training, information – keep up with changes, trends and innovations. Colleagues and special guests offer can’t-miss sessions that help delegates navigate the uncharted waters of the music industry.

 

In consultation with the WOMEX Jury we select informative, educational, even controversial speakers to present their topics.

WOMEX 09 Conference
WOMEX  Conference
Photo by Eric van Nieuwland

WOMEX 10 Daytime Schedule: online / download

Are you WOMEXperienced?

Each year the programme is designed to serve the industry’s ongoing need for education, exchange and inspiration. From professional to sensual, intellectual to emotional, from “how-to?” to “why?”, we will be taking the value of the “experience” this year to guide you through the Conferences at WOMEX 10.

As you would expect, not all sessions fit any one box or file but saunter between the Live, Recorded and Digital Experience extending out to the “Vision Beyond”.

New at this year’s Conference is the Discovery Room, a platform for 10-minute presentations of recent projects from our worldwide community. You will find the session under “Vision Beyond”.

Session 18
Saturday 15:00 – 15:45

Speaker cancellation! Dhruv Jagasia (India), Media Offline/OML, won’t be able to participate

Conference 2 (Copenhagen Forum)

The Perfect Storm – The Indian Music Industry in 2010:
The myth of a billion music consumers and the state of the music industry in India

India is one of the world’s largest and eccentric markets: 22% of the population live under 1 US dollar a day, but India has sustained a growth in its GDP for the past 13 years of at least 6%. The median age is 25 and by 2013, there will be over 1.15 billion mobile phone subscribers. With a rapidly growing middle class who possesses a strong appetite for non-Indian culture, the opportunities for non-Indian artists and companies are seemingly limitless. This panel will provide an overview of the culture and economics of the music industry in India. It will further outline the opportunities and challenges for non-Indian artists wanting to expand into India, while summarising the latest developments in a market that is attempting to rewrite its music business model.

see all other sessions here.

(Source: 10/2010 – WOMEX)

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