The Council on Workforce Innovation will honor Anastasia Brown as its 2014 Trailblazer Award winner during the 2014 Women’s Conference. The event will be held Sept. 30 at 7:30 a.m. at Belmont University in Nashville. The conference will include a conversation with Brown, as well as a panel discussion with Kathleen Goff (K McCarthy Fashion truck), Elizabeth Griffin (Jackson National Bank) and Cathy Bender (Merrill Lynch). AT&T Tennessee president Joelle Phillips will hold a professional development discussion, and more.
All events are open, at no cost, as a guest of Belmont University and conference sponsors, to all professional women. Additional sponsors are Bridgestone, Waller CAA, Southwest Airlines, Velocity Resource G, Open Sky Ideas, Skanska, MNAA-Metro Nashville Airport Authority, St. Thomas Health, Jackson National, Region’s Bank, Piedmont Natural Gas and the Tennessee Workforce Investment Board.
To attend, please R.S.V.P by Sept. 30, via email, to Brock Lutes at [email protected].
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Sony Music Entertainment today (Aug. 14) announced the launch of its first music flash sales app, Album of the Day, for iPhone and iPod touch. The Album of the Day App allows music fans to access limited-time daily offers. The app will surprise music consumers daily with a different single album offering. An album will be released every 24 hours and will be available at 70 percent off, for 24 hours. Users can view artist images and preview clips from the album instantly. They can purchase albums from their iTunes account and download albums directly into their iTunes library.
The Album of the Day App includes music from Simon & Garfunkel, Santana, Dixie Chicks, Audioslave, Bruce Springsteen, Johnny Cash, Kings of Leon, P!nk, Bob Dylan, Lauryn Hill, The Script, Usher, Meat Loaf, Rodriguez, Sade, Aerosmith, Alicia Keys and more.
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SAE Institute Nashville Music Business Program faculty member Lloyd Aur Norman directed the lyric video for Florida Georgia Line‘s single, “Dirt.” The clip has garnered nearly 1 million YouTube views.
“The video was created with an amazing crew during a three day span in Nashville and Copper Canyon Ranch in Hopkinsville, KY,” says Norman, who is a winner of five design Addy awards from the American Advertising Federation. “I love making music videos because they combine all my interests – audio, video, and design. My focus is on becoming the best music video director that I can be.”
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