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Published: 11/24/2009

Miami Music Festival happening Dec 10-12, 2009

(Miami, FL) September 9, 2009 – Producers of The 5th Annual Florida Entertainment Summit announced today that their 5th annual event will take place on December 10-12, 2009 at The Miami Music Festival. Conference sessions on film and fashion produced by The FES on Thursday, December 10, 2009 will be followed by sessions for “independent artists in the new music industry” produced by FES and The Miami Music Festival on Friday, December 11th and Saturday, December 12th. All conference sessions will take place in the James L. Knight Center’s Riverfront Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Miami. Previous participants of the Florida Entertainment Summit include John Legend, Rick Ross, Flo Rida, Jim Jonsin, DJ Khaled, Bigga Rankin, Cool N Dre and a host of others.

Be sure to check out the panel hosted by SESAC, taking place December 11th.

The 10 Most Important Questions To Ask Your Music Publisher (Presented by SESAC)
This group of experienced executives and professionals will walk you through the most important questions that a songwriter should ask their music publisher, including topics that are typically addressed in a songwriter agreement as well as those that are not.

(Moderator) Kenny Cordova  (Associate Director, SESAC)
Jorge Mejia  (Vice President, Latin America and U.S. Latin, Sony/ATV Music Publishing)
Ivan Alvarez  (Founder and Principal, CdA Group)
John Redmond  (President and Owner of Publish This, Inc.)
Marthin Chan  (Songwriter and Producer)

Also-check out SESAC's stage on Saturday, December 12th
729 S.W. 1st Ave
8pm Eremite
9pm G-Man & Scuti
10pm Minimal
11pm Los Hollywood
12am Thania Sanz
1am Habitat
2am Arboles Libres

The Miami Music Festival's venue list and performance schedule is now live on miamimusicfestival.org!

The Miami Music Festival conference and showcase of emerging artists will also present over 600 musical performances on 25 stages throughout the Brickell area of downtown Miami during the evenings of December 10-12th. The Festival is being produced in association with The Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald, miami.com, Yamaha Corporation of America, the cultural affairs departments of The City of Miami and Miami Dade County, and in cooperation with Broadjam.com, and rights organizations ASCAP, BMI, SESAC and Sound Exchange.

The Florida Entertainment Summit features film, fashion, music and entertainment events presented by and for entertainers and gives marketers and entrepreneurs the opportunity to network with entertainment industry decision makers, and gain new insight into selling entertainment product, brokering deals, promoting new music and learning about new industry trends.
Registration for The Florida Entertainment Summit and The Miami Music Festival is now open at floridaentertainmentsummit.com.