Accelerator At SXSW 2011 Names Music Advisory Board, Accepting Startup Applications

image from sxsw.com ThisĀ  year SXSW is extending its hugely popular technology Accelerator events to the Music conference. Presented by Microsoft BizSpark, bleeding edge music technology start-ups will demo their new and often yet to be released offerings in front of a live audience and panel of expert judges. I'm proud to have been named to the Advisory Board alongside a stellar group of new music industry leaders.

Accelerator at SXSW 2011 Advisory Board:

Andrew Perliman, Vringo
Mobile Entertainment Executive
New York, NY

Brian Zisk, SF MusicTech Summit and Collecta
Music/Tech Loving Entrepreneur
San Francisco, CA

Bruce Houghton, Skyline Music and Hypebot.com
Music Entrepreneur, Pundit
Roanoke, VA

Daniel Oakley, Sony Music - Jive Records and @danieloakley
Persistent, Charismatic & Friendly
New York, NY

Duncan Freeman, Band Metrics and indiemusictech.com
Music Technology Entrepreneur
Atlanta, GA

Francis Preve, francispreve.com and @francispreve
Music Technology Expert
Austin TX

Ian Rogers, Topspin
Technologist, Father, Skateboarder
Santa Monica, CA

Jacob Mullins, Microsoft BizSpark and @jacob
Excited, Passionate, Bon Vivant
San Francisco, CA

Jared Gutstadt, Jingle Punks Music
Music, Tech, Guru
New York, NY

Jennifer Masset, American Association of Independent Music
Forward-Thinking, Motivated, Fun
New York, NY

Karen Allen, TAG Strategic
Digital Music Executive
Los Angeles, CA

Mellie Price, Source Spring and Front Gate Tickets
Maker of things!
Austin, TX

Paul Lamere, The Echo Nest and Music Machinery
Music Technologist
Somerville, MA

Steve Mack, LUX Media
Musician, Author, Technologist
Seattle, WA

Learn more and get application information here.


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