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Published: 7/26/2009

Mobilize Your Music!

Billboard's Mobile Entertainment Live!, Presented by Logic Wireless, will explore how today's advanced devices and applications have revolutionized the music industry, and how artists, promoters and managers are using mobile to promote and profit in new ways.

Don’t miss your chance to connect with the music industry innovators who are successfully navigating this exciting landscape, and the device manufacturers, application developers and mobile operators making it all possible!



As both a founder of Fall Out Boy and the owner of his own label—Decaydance—Pete Wentz has emerged as a leading innovator in mobile artist-to-fan relations, and in this rare appearance will discuss ways he feels the music industry can best use mobile technology and devices to keep fans engaged.


Reasons to Attend:

    * Hear from leading mobile, Web 2.0 and music executives driving mobile entertainment innovation during interactive keynotes interviews, case studies and panel discussions

    * Engage in intimate conversations with music superstars on how technology is expanding their fan base and changing their promotional strategies

    * Find out about the hottest mobile entertainment applications during technology demonstrations and Ask An Expert sessions with key developers

    * Network with C-Level executives during Corporate Speed Dating sessions and lively roundtable discussions

Your registration to Mobile Entertainment Live! Also includes access to the CTIA keynotes and exhibit floor.

Use Promo Code: PAPROM for a special discounted rate!

Companies that attended or spoke at past events include:
Warner Music Group, MTV Networks, Nokia, Verizon Wireless, Universal Music Group, AT&T, Pandora, NBC Universal, Sony Music, Best Buy, Apple, Disney, Electronic Arts, Ericsson, HBO, RealNetworks, Sling Media, Clear Channel, Fox Mobile Entertainment, and many more.

Keynote Session with BlackBerry creators Research In Motion

The BlackBerry isn’t just for stuffy executives anymore. In this one-on-one interview, Billboard will explore how RIM is working with entertainment developers to create services music fans want most on their phones, and how the music industry can help with that effort.