You Got Your Music Online, Now What?

The panel discussion is now available on-demand


The Recording Academy Los Angeles Chapter and the Producers & Engineers Wing hosted "You Got Your Music Online, Now What?" on June 23 at The Academy’s national headquarters in Santa Monica, Calif. The panel discussion was streamed live on GRAMMY365, and is now available on-demand:

"You Got Your Music Online, Now What?" brought together marketing and PR experts to help artists figure out how to get their music heard. The panel was moderated by two-time GRAMMY-nominated engineer, producer/remixer/musician Carmen Rizzo and featured Brad Barrish, head of operations, Topspin; Brooke Burt, co-founder and publicity director of Indigenous Promotions; Nathan Hoy, vice president of music of ReverbNation; Anne Litt, KCRW-FM DJ and music supervisor; and Jeff Varner, artist manager, the Collective.

The panel was the latest in a series of discussions about moving into the digital world. Previously, the Chapter and P&E Wing hosted Navigating Digital Distribution: Mysteries Revealed and Unsigned And Making It, which addressed the topics of digital distribution and new business models, respectively.