[JPL] Jazz Summit Scheule

TomtheJazzman tomthejazzman at embarqmail.com
Tue May 5 17:14:36 EDT 2009



TomtheJazzman wrote:
> 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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