Nu Jazz Entertainment Announces Jazz & Classical Panel At Digital Entertainment World (DEW) Conference In February 2014!

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Nu Jazz Entertainment has just announced that Founder & CEO Jerald Miller will be leading the only panel at the Digital Entertainment World (DEW) 2014 music conference (Los Angeles) to deal with Classical, Jazz, World Music & Non-popular music content. The panel “The Future of Classical, Jazz & Non-Popular Music” will take place on February 20, 2014 from 3:15 pm to 4:00 pm at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.

From product development to social media, from physical and digital distribution to tour marketing the panel seeks to challenge all attendees to bring their best success stories in how they have helped push the genres of Jazz & Classical music forward, and to challenge the status quo.” Among the panelist will be Phillip Bailey,Director , Digital Marketing & Mobile Sales, Concord Records; Phillip Bailey, Assistant Producer , Yarlung Records; Marion G. Brooks, Managing Director, Law Offices of Marion G. Brooks.

“For some time now the digital music conferences have neglected music like Jazz and Classical”, says Nu Jazz Entertainment founder, Jerald Miller. “Even the major labels have done this. In an age were some of the catalog has been released on vinyl LP, 8-track cassette, then audio cassette, Compact Disc, and sometimes as digital downloads—there’s a real quandary about what can be done with content from the 30’s & 40’s or even the 80’s & 90’s to rejuvenate their sales. Our presentations seeks to bring Jazz, Classical and other types of non-popular music to the forefront and create an engaging discussion on were focused on future growth.”

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