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Here is the video from our recent Social Media Week 2011 panel. This time, instead of having our MD, Raj Kotecha, chair the panel, we brought in Sumit Sharma, editor of TheHipHopChronicle, along with respected Metro journalist Rahul Verma, MTV Wrap Up’s Babatunde Adefuye and SoundCloud’s Dave Haynes. The event was hosted by 01Zero-One studios in Soho, London, an awesome HD studio loved by media types in the know.
If you attended, you may be in one of our amazing photos, courtesy of Ravi Chandarana of Chromatic Photography, so have a look on our Facebook gallery.
And here’s the bonus Q&A session at the end…
Below are the editorial parameters:
Today’s music businesses are responsible for having direct relationships with not just DJs and editors, but tweeters, bloggers, and even pirates. The question is, who is the most influential, and how do we cover all communication bases?
Here are the questions asked:
(00:08) Opening Comments and meet the panel
(07:06) Who are the biggest taste makers and what do they bring to the table?
(11:10) How can labels work with online outlets to provide interesting content?
(16:47) What can we do to keep engagement interesting for music consumers?
(23:05) How can we try to curb online bullying?
(32:35) Why do you think bloggers are getting shut down due to copyright?
(42:38) How do you avoid spamming taste makers and find innovative ways of connecting with taste makers?
Special thanks to TheHipHopChronicle, the panelists, the staff at 01Zero One, Social Media Week London and Rahul Bhatt.
A huge thank you to everyone who came out and packed The Rich Mix London for our Music is Dead, Long Live Music panel for Internet Week 2010. The event was a huge success thanks to our great panel comprising of
The videos are live below. Please feel free to embed them wherever you like, or view them on iPods, iPads, etc, by using the links below them. Any sharing is appreciated. Also, all profits made at the bar went to The Rich Mix Cultural Foundation, which is a great cause. Extra special thanks to Dannoff Vodka for the VIP donations and to the whole CCA staff for working tirelessly to make this event possible. Photos are courtesy of ChromaticPhotography.com – please have a look at our Facebook page to view them.
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