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MIDEM 2010 live coverage round-up

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Time to take stock on what was, by all accounts, a highly productive and optimistic MIDEM 2010. We’ve rounded up all the live coverage posted during the show, including:

- Live conference reports from our partner Music Ally (their own round-up here)

- Top deal stories from the MIDEM Daily News (full digital editions here)

- Conference sessions in full video, on midem.com (guide below).

- Other exclusive insight content posted during the show (incl. part 3 of our interview ith Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien).

Keep following us here, on Twitter, and on midem.com for yet more exclusive content. Let’s keep the conversation going!

Live posts from Music Ally

Hal Ritson / Amanda Palmer panel
Conversation with Pharrell Williams
Labels and digital services panel
Conversation with Owen Van Natta of MySpace
Pete Wentz and Ning panel
MidemNet Lab Pitch Session
Mobile apps and music panel
Conversation with David Jones of Havas Worldwide
Getty Images / Sulake panel
Spotify / YouTube panel (photo)

Music and games panel
Nokia / Coca-Cola / Carhartt talk music and branding
Converse and Pepsi talk music marketing
Music managers panel
Who Owns The Consumer? panel
Role of Publisher in Internet Age/Cult Of The Amateur’s Andrew Keen
Conversation with David Renzer, UMPG
Who Owns the Consumer?

Our most retweeted live posts were…
MIDEM 2010: Back to business (our final press conf report)
DJ Hero Listening Session (our report)
Gerd Leonhard’s social media tips (our report, w slides)

Extracts from the MIDEM Daily News (digital editions here)

Impala announces new financial plan for indies
Peermusic launches new venture with Tokio Hotel producer
Universal adds Kenny Loggins and Albert Music to repertoire
Clear Channel clubbing with CBGB in digital radio deal
Sire founders relaunch Blue Horizon label at MIDEM
PIAS lands big RightsFlow deal
BandCentral sets sights on MidemNet Lab
New partnerships enhance IODA’s classical credentials

Conference videos in full on midem.com (navigate via player tabs… for a limited time only!)

January 23: Labels & Digital Services’ Deals panel; Artists & Social Media panel; Conversation with Owen Van Natta, MySpace; Conversation with Pharrell Williams; Conversation with Jeffrey Hayzlett, Eastman Kodak Company; Music Consumption Around the World survey presentation; New Models at Work: the Artists’ Perspective panel.

January 24: Mobile Music Monetisation presentation; Apps & Music panel; Conversation w Peter Gelb, Metropolitan Opera; Conversation with David Jones, Havas Worldwide; Monetising Live Music panel; Gerd Leonhard’s Content 2.0 presentation; Conversation with Spotify and YouTube; Conversation with Sulake and Getty Images.

January 25: Music in Videogames panel; Top Brands’ Music Strategies panel; Nascar case study; Converse, Pepsi and Cornerstone panel; The Gap ‘Born to Play’ case study; Conversation with Sony Music Entertainment’s Masao Morita; Developing Artists in Digital Era panel (w. Blur/Gorillaz’ manager); Classical to Pop Music panel; Who Owns the Consumer? panel.

January 26: Role of the Publisher in the Internet Age (Cult of the Amateur’s Andrew Keen); Inspiring Initiatives from New Generation of Publishers panel; Conversation with Universal Publishing’s David Renzer; Conversation with Edgar Berger, Sony Music & Marek Lieberberg; Conversation with Michael Gudinski, Mushroom Group; searching for New Business Models; Indies Show The Way panel.

Other content posted live at MIDEM 2010
Exclusive video interview, part 3: Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien on threats, opportunities and artists in the industry
Exclusive MidemNet-Music Matters study: Music Consumption Around the World
Gerd Leonhard: My Presentation: The New Generatives – Selling Music in a connected World
Mark Mulligan: Music Industry Meltdown: Recasting the Mold
Content 2.0: Monetization Examples (PDF of yesterday’s presentation)
Albin Serviant: Is The Future of Music…the Album (App)?

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