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THE B-SIDE
VEGAS MUSIC SUMMIT
2/5/19

Last weekend in Downtown Las Vegas, the Vegas Music Summit gathered a collective of music industry folk to educate college students, emerging musicians, and discuss the evolving entertainment landscape. The two-day summit, 1/31-2/1, included artist Q&A’s with Lovelytheband and Mac Reynolds, while also featuring panels on Marketing, Social Media, Legal and Streaming.

The conference, which is in its 11th year of running, welcomed HITS' own Ranya Khoury for their Streaming Playlists panel on Friday (2/1), diving into all there is to know about DSPs. Sharing the stage with Khoury was the Bunny’s Mike Sherwood (SVP, Revenue and Commercial Accounts), Michael Warner (independent curator/author of WorkHardPlaylistHard), and Tina Warwick (ADA).

Seen above after managing to sneak her way onstage is a puzzled Khoury with Sherwood and Warner.