CMA Helps Host YouTube’s First Nashville Seminar

Pictured (L-R): Damon Whiteside (CMA SVP of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships); Vivien Lewit (YouTube Director of Music Partnerships); and Lance Podell (YouTube Next Lab Director and Global Head). Photo: Rick Diamond

Pictured (L-R): Damon Whiteside (CMA SVP of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships); Vivien Lewit (YouTube Director of Music Partnerships); and Lance Podell (YouTube Next Lab Director and Global Head). Photo: Rick Diamond

Let the YouTube educational seminars begin!

Yesterday (Jan. 22) the Country Music Association (CMA) helped YouTube hold the first in a series of free YouTube Music Nashville workshops, announced late last year.

Held at Houston Station in Nashville, CMA members learned fundamentals of music on YouTube, and provided hands-on time with equipment.

CMA artist members Erin Enderlin and Kenny Foster participated in demonstrative performances and interviews that will later appear on their respective YouTube channels.

The first workshop happens as the Google-owned service has reportedly began blocking artist videos not participating in Music Key, YouTube’s new subscription streaming service.

YouTube personality Todd Womack (L) introduces a performance from Erin Enderlin (R). Photo: Rick Diamond

YouTube personality Todd Womack (L) introduces a performance from Erin Enderlin (R). Photo: Rick Diamond

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