Kevin Amos is assembling together once again a dynamic group of folks from international, local and national levels that he has been associated with throughout his 33 years in broadcasting and the arts. Amos has a rolodex filled with industry contacts. He's also seen the arts and media industries change in unprecedented ways -- for better and for worse -- as the digital revolution has unfolded.
On November 19, 2011, Amos will gather friends and colleagues from around the country for his third "Each One, Teach One" conference. The Each One Teach One music and radio conference will bring together incredible array of musicians, arts advocates, policymakers, technologists, media representatives and industry figures to discuss issues at the intersection of music, technology, policy and law. Your participation in these conversations are crucial. Please join us on November 19 for Pittsburgh's one and only home grown music-tech- radio conference. This year's conference returns to the Campus of Carnegie-Mellon University. The location is Room 103 in Margret Morrison Hall.The event brings together a wide array of music, broadcasting and journalism professionals, who discuss everything from the local music scene to navigating the ever-evolving world of online content.
It conference will take place from 9:00AM-4:30PM. Admission is free of charge and open to the public.
Topics in 2010 included copyright issues, preserving music history and musical legacy, how artists can get airplay on today's commercial radio, social media marketing and promotion in addition to how to develop projects within the local media community.
2011 Each One Teach One Radio and Music Conference: Online registration available at Eventbrite: You can register and get your entry ticket to the event at: http://2011eachoneteachoneconference.eventbrite.com/