[JPL] JazzWeek Summit 2008 panel update/call for suggestions

Bradley M. Stone bstone at science.sjsu.edu
Mon Feb 18 22:35:28 EST 2008

For the Summit, I would really like a session that would explore with how each of us deals with the plethora of product that we get these days - it would be helpful to me to hear other M.D.s ideas and systems.  This is the kind of nitty gritty music programming/music director business that we could/should do at the Summit, not appropriate for IAJE or JazzImprov.
Brad Stone


From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com on behalf of Ed Trefzger
Sent: Mon 18/02/2008 17:37
To: Jazz List
Subject: [JPL] JazzWeek Summit 2008 panel update/call for suggestions

This week's sponsor: Pacific Coast Jazz

Two new Pacific Coast Jazz albums are in stores now and on radio:

Roberta Donnay's ''What's Your Story'' - ''...a major new find... highly recommended'' with 5 albums behind her and Orrin Keepnews by her side, this album is destined for a Grammy.  She performs across the nation and in Europe.  www.robertadonnay.com

The Bruce Eskovitz Jazz Orchestra's ''Invitation'' to you is to listen and capture this ''...hard swinging, straight-ahead, good-time modern jazz.''  This CD release party is at The Jazz Bakery in LA on February 17.  www.bruceeskovitz.com

Radio promo by New World 'N' Jazz, Neal Sapper, 415-453-1558 & Matt Hughes, 732-835-5050.  Label: Pacific Coast Jazz, 858-484-8609 Email donna at pacificcoastjazz.com   check out all of our artists at www.pacificcoastjazz.com

Pacific Coast Jazz wishes all of our friends a great 2008.


Hi all once again ...

We've had a few folks submit panel suggestions for the summit.

Here's what we have penciled in so far:

1) Jukebox Jury (of course) -- perhaps even two sessions so we can cover
enough music and get more people involved

2) Incorporating Latin, World and Contemporary Jazz in your station's

3) Jazz Music Director: Programmer or Gatekeeper

4) Scheduling and Selecting Music: software, clocks, and

Other suggestions/recommendations that sound really great include a
session covering on-air presentation and technique (we're looking at how
to and whom to present/moderate/teach this) and a session on best
practices on sending CDs/how many to send to stations, etc.

Please feel free to discuss ideas here on the JPL or send them to me at
ed.trefzger at jazzweek.com.


Jazz Programmers' Mailing List: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
List information: http://lists.jazzweek.com/mailman/listinfo/jazzproglist
List archive: http://lists.jazzweek.com/pipermail/jazzproglist/
Sponsorship information: jplsponsor at jazzweek.com

More information about the jazzproglist mailing list