[JPL] Hazz Summit Scheule

TomtheJazzman tomthejazzman at embarqmail.com
Tue May 5 17:10:41 EDT 2009


In case you failed to look at the JW Web Site here are the workshop and 
events planned for the Summit.  May plans to attend and learn from each 
other to make Jazz Radio better.

    * Home <http://summit.jazzweek.com>
    * Hotel/Travel <http://summit.jazzweek.com/hoteltravel/>
    * Jazz Festival
      <http://summit.jazzweek.com/rochester-intl-jazz-festival/>
    * Registration <http://summit.jazzweek.com/registration/>
    * Sightseeing <http://summit.jazzweek.com/sightseeing/>
    * Sponsorship <http://summit.jazzweek.com/sponsorship/>
    * Schedule <http://summit.jazzweek.com/schedule/>


    Schedule


      /Moderators and panelists TBA/


    Thursday, June 18

Registration opens 8:00 am.


      Continental Breakfast, 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m


      9:30 a.m. --- Opening, Remarks, and Discussion

Speaker: TBA


      10:00 a.m. --- The Future of Terrestrial Radio --- Or Is There One?

Will terrestrial radio continue to have any significance, or will 
internet radio and other media make traditional broadcast radio 
irrelevant? How can radio embrace technology to stay relevant?


      11:30 a.m. --- Performance, Solo piano tribute to Oscar Peterson
      by Marian Petrescu, presented by Resonance Records


      12:00 p.m. --- 1:30 p.m.: Lunch


      1:30 p.m. --- Music Director 101 - Programming: Making Tough
      Choices in the Era of "CD Glut"

The first in a three-part series on current concerns of music directors. 
How do music directors wade through the unprecedented amount of material 
that comes across our desks? What factors go into determining whether or 
not a CD is chosen for airplay on a station?


      2:45 p.m. --- Technology: Automation as an Alternative to Live Radio

More stations are going towards automation, replacing live program 
hosts, due to the economic downturn. What are the technologies that are 
available, and what stations are currently using them? What are the 
advantages? What are the pitfalls? Can automation and other technologies 
augment the on-air program via streaming?


      4:00 p.m. --- Music Director 102 - Positioning: New Releases vs.
      Classic Catalog

What are valid programming rationales for presenting a balance between 
new releases and jazz classics?


      5:30 p.m. --- Performance/Reception, organissimo


      7:00 p.m. --- 2:00 a.m. --- Dinner/Rochester International Jazz
      Festival


    Friday, June 19

Continental Breakfast, 8:00 a.m. --- 9:00 a.m.


      9:00 a.m. --- Internet Radio: The Present, and the Future

A continuation of our discussion of alternative media, and their 
increasing relevance to our industry. Will internet radio kill 
terrestrial radio? Is satellite radio dead?


      10:30 a.m --- 11:30 a.m. Music Director 103: Digital Technology

As CDs are being replaced in virtually every other music genre, are you 
ready to convert your station to digital downloads, or other 
alternatives? What to do with that CD collection at your station ... and 
how about playlisting? Are you using any software to compile archives of 
your shows for your audiences/BMI/ASCAP/SESAC etc.? A discussion will 
ensue in which stations can share how this information is provided.


      11:30 a.m. --- Performance, pianist Sergio Salvatore with
      vibraphonist Christos Rafalides


      12:00 p.m --- 1:30 p.m. --- Lunch


      1:30 p.m. --- Radio Promotion in Today's Market

What are the benefits of promoting a CD to radio to artists today? What 
significance can artists put on chart position? How about promoting 
artists or events coming to town through radio?


      2:30 p.m. --- Programming 201: Aircheck Session

Come learn from other successful stations the art of their on-air sound.


      2:30 p.m. --- Promotion Breakout Session: Roundtable

Promotion and label personnel can speak frankly about issues they face.


      4:30 p.m. --- Jazz Jukebox Jury

Once again, the return of this convention favorite. Observe as this 
year's musicologist tries to stump the expert team of jurists, in what 
is always an entertaining session --- and brings us a preview of new 
releases to come.


      6:00 p.m. --- Performance/Reception, TBA


      7:00 p.m. --- 2:00 a.m. - Dinners/Rochester International Jazz
      Festival


    Saturday, June 20

Buffet Breakfast, 9:00 a.m.


      9:30 a.m. --- JazzWeek Awards


      10:30 a.m. --- JazzWeek 3.0: Recreating JazzWeek as the First
      Social Media Trade Publication

What is the future of our JazzWeek chart? How will JazzWeek relaunch as 
a collaborative, social media-driven site in the age of blogging, 
Facebook, Twitter and disintermediation? Audience brainstorming and 
suggestions will be welcome.


      12:00 --- 1:30 Lunch


      1:30 p.m. --- Music Director 104: Incorporating Jazz Fusion,
      Latin, Brazillian and other World Musics, into a Jazz Clock

Learn how to "spice up" your jazz format with jazz-related and other musics.


      3:00 p.m. --- JazzWeek Town Hall

Once again, we wrap things up with a true "round table" discussion that 
many past attendees have felt is the most productive part of the entire 
summit. A real "roll up our sleeves and let's do something.

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