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FILTER Magazine Reveals First-Ever Culture Collide Creative Summit

Posted on August 8, 2012

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We are very excited to announce the premier line-up for the launch of the Culture Collide Creative Summit, an exclusive two-day conference panel series taking place on October 4 and 5 during the third annual Culture Collide Music Festival in Los Angeles.

The panel series will be open to all wristband holders and will bring together influential speakers from the music, entertainment and lifestyle industries and delegates from around the world to discuss brand partnerships, record sales, touring, digital marketing strategies and much more.

Speakers for each panel will be announced in the coming weeks, but below you can see the schedule of panels and topics to be discusses.

The Culture Collide Creative Summit will take place Oct. 4 and 5 from 12:30 – 4:00 pm at Taix in Echo Park.

For Delegation Registration to attend the Culture Collide Creative Summit (Free RSVP with Culture Collide festival wristband) visit: http://bit.ly/Ms1klY

The Culture Collide Creative Summit list of panels includes:

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Partnering With Brands Across Borders: Discussion about the opportunities for international artists to work with brand partners in the Unites States and abroad.

Online PR Strategies in the USA: An in-depth look into the online PR and marketing world, globally.

Friday, October 5, 2012

The Future of Record Sales:  Focusing on music sales in the United States and the changes currently taking place within the industry. 

Sync USA: The exploration of sync opportunities for international artists within the music industry.

Hit the Road:  Strategies for optimal navigating of the Unites States as a touring artist.


Limited Culture Collide festival wristbands are currently available for purchase priced at just $20 at Ticket Web.

For updated information and additional details on FILTER Magazine’s Culture Collide festival, including participating countries, artist line-up and festival activities, please visit culturecollide.com and follow FILTER Magazine on Facebook and Twitter.