SOURCE: Bandwidth Conference

July 18, 2007 12:27 ET

The Bandwidth Music | Technology Conference 2007 Announces Keynote Speaker Jordan Kurland

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - July 18, 2007) - The Bandwidth Conference, with a focus on the evolution and nexus of music and technology, announced today that Jordan Kurland of Zeitgeist Artist Management will appear as a keynote at this year's conference. Mr. Kurland's firm manages the careers of artists including Death Cab For Cutie, Feist, and Rogue Wave.

The Bandwidth Conference takes place August 17 and 18, 2007 in San Francisco, and explores the evolving musical experience, with panels on marketing, fan behavior, trends and future forecasts, and an examination of the ways people discover, purchase, interact with, and are exposed to music.

Other speakers set to appear at this year's conference include David Hyman, Founder and CEO, MOG; Tim Mitchell, VP of Marketing, IODA; Jeff Yasuda, CEO/Founder, Fuzz; Jesse Reiner, Linden Lab; Mike Linksvayer, Vice President, Creative Commons; Jack Buser, Director, Worldwide Technology Evangelist, Dolby Laboratories; Lydia Popovich, General Manager, Quannum Projects; Tom Chauncey, Partisan Arts and dozens of others from the music, media and technology worlds. Further speakers and keynotes will be announced shortly. For a current list of all speakers, see

Panels at this year's conference include "The Jet Sets: Social Networking," a look at music and the social networker, and a panel discussing streaming rates moderated by journalist and writer Ben Fong-Torres and featuring Tim Westergren, Founder, Pandora and John Simson, Executive Director, SoundExchange.

The Bandwidth Conference will feature two days of panels, featured speakers, and networking opportunities. The deadline for the early registration rate of $215 is July 31st, 2007. Visit the Bandwidth Conference website for registration and complete session details at

Members of the media are invited to attend and can register by contacting

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