Wednesday, April 29, 2009

mmCHANNEL speaking at MoMo MAdrid this coming monday!!!

MobileMonday Madrid is back in tune the next May 4th at Instituto de Empresa.

Music services are becoming increasingly popular thanks to new more powerful and usable terminals, social networks supporting fans, recommendation engines, and new business and distribution models (online stores, radios, ownership, download, streaming, subscriptions, DRM, etc).

The Mobile Industry is celebrating this opportunity and is rapidly jumping on the bandwagon of new services, thanks to flat rates and content portability.

This coming monday MoMoMAD is presenting a new event on Mobile Music at the Instituto de Empresa. We´ll jam about what's new in music on the go, services, rights, social networks, enablers and platforms, and much more.

Our guest speakers will be:

Clemente Sánchez, Head of Digital Networks, SGAE
Clemente is an economist who has worked at KPMG and Sociedad General de Autores y Editores (SGAE). He has been Head of Digital Networks for this Organisation for 5 years, where he is responsible for negotiating and managing licenses for SGAE's works within the digital field, including Internet and Mobile.

Cristobal Alonso, CCO, mmCHANNEL
Cristobal has 13 years of experience in management and strategy & technology consultancy in the telecom industry at an international level with Vodafone, Diamondcluster and Accenture and has worked extensively with telecommunications companies and equipment manufacturers

Matías Llort, Marketing Director, MySpace
Matías has extensive experience in the entertainment industry. Before his rol in MySpace, he was product manager at SonyBMG.

Bernard Seco, CEO, Ohlala Mobile
Bernard has more than 15 years of experience in the world of marketing and media (Whitebread, BMG, EMI,...). Since then he has been linked to the development of new technology projects and multimedia conten or all types of audiences.

Ricardo Pérez, Academic Advisor of the Master in Telecom & Digital Business, IE Business School

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