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The ADAPT Conference (feat. idobi) is Soon, So You Better Register Fast!

It goes without saying that 2020 has thrown every curveball imaginable. The music industry has been hit especially hard. Your favorite outlets have had to get even more creative to continue to thrive, so on Thursday, October 22nd idobi will be participating in the ADAPT Conference to share just how well streaming radio does that. 

Our breakout session, Radio to the Rescue – How Streaming Radio Supported the Industry and Increased Revenue Streams”, will run from 6:00 to 6:30pm PT and feature our very own fearless leader, Tom Cheney (idobi CEO) and Eddie Barella (idobi COO and program director), as well as Nano Tissera (founder & artist manager, Good Boys Inc), and Heather Castillo (director of marketing, Big Noise). Barella and Cheney will lead the panel with Barella in the additional role of moderator. The four industry leaders will discuss how streaming radio works with artists, reps, and content creators to keep fans engaged and supported even during the pandemic and beyond.

The ADAPT Conference will also feature over five live 90-minute classes taught by industry professionals about how they remained nimble during lockdown, along with various breakout sessions and conversations. 

The conference will be 100% online and includes networking opportunities as well student discount passes (don’t forget to use the code IDOBI) and an unemployment  scholarship through which people can apply for 50% off the price of admission. 

The ADAPT Conference is an invaluable resource for musicians and industry professionals alike. This is not an event to be missed! The first event starts at 8:50am PT this Thursday.

There’s still time to register, but we’d highly suggest doing it fast! 

Register here and don’t forget to use the code IDOBI
for 20% industry passes and we will see you there!

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