The 2nd Annual CRS Streaming Summit will kick off CRS week on Wednesday, Feb. 23, featuring targeted, informative sessions and star-studded afternoon and evening music events.
Established last year during CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience, the Streaming Summit was popular enough for the CRS Agenda Committee to expand the program to an all-day educational event, accented with the Warner Music Nashville luncheon. A one-day Streaming Summit pass is $249 or is included in a full CRS 2022 registration fee of $649.
“I can confidently say the amount of talent and wide-reaching expertise found in every session at this summit would be difficult to find under the roof of only one conference,” says CRS 2022 Streaming Summit Committee Chair, Annie Ortmeier (UMG Nashville). “Our Streaming Summit team of Sarah D’Hilly, Ali Matkosky, and myself are thrilled with the lineup for 2022 as we align with new partners and new boundary-pushing perspectives, making this day a no-miss.”
Below is an overview of Streaming Summit items confirmed for the CRS 2022 agenda:
Streaming Summit Networking Breakfast
Introducing Chart-metric Panel
Twitch/Live Streaming for Music Panel
Music Discovery Through Streaming: Spotify Fan Study Panel
Warner Music Nashville Lunch and Performance
Talk Data To Me: 2021 In Review Panel
Road To The Next Big Thing: The Connected Car Panel
Confirmed panelists speaking throughout the day include Timothy Babbitt (General Motors), Lauren Black (Country Now), Sung Cho (ChartMetric), Emily Cohen (Amazon Music), Patch Culbertson (Big Loud), Tim Foisset (Warner Music Nashville), Margaret Hart (YouTube Music), Claire Heinichen (Spotify), Brandon Jarrett (MRC Entertainment), Haley Jones (MRC Entertainment), Alison Junker (Spotify), Soy Kim (Spotify for Artists), Allison Laughter (Red Light), Ali Matkosky (Big Loud), Annie Ortmeier (UMG Nashville), Ashton Pierre (AT&T), Vipin Reddy (UMG Nashville), Steve Stewart (Cox Media Group), Jonathan Tarlton (Spotify), Alina Thompson (Pandora), and Taylor Viegut (UMG Nashville).
More details, including the lineup for the Warner Music Nashville Kickoff Luncheon, will be announced soon.
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