Source: Business Wire 5/1/2007

BurnLounge to Present at MUSEXPO 2007

BurnLounge to Present at MUSEXPO 2007

Panel Presence to Coincide With BurnLounge's Announcement of the Immediate Availability of Its Free Digital Download Stores and Social Networking Service

WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today at MUSEXPO 2007, Stephen Murray, co-founder, president of entertainment and chief creative officer for BurnLounge, will present as part of the panel, "Digital 360". MUSEXPO brings together executives from the music, media and technology sectors from both within the US and abroad in a personal, interactive and forward-thinking manner. The "Digital 360" panel discussion will focus on today's music experience as it relates to digital, mobile and technology.

Who: Stephen Murray, Co-founder, President of Entertainment and chief creative officer, BurnLounge

What: MUSEXPO 2007 Panel: "Digital 360"

Panel Members: Moderator: Ted Cohen - Managing Partner, TAG Strategic Co-Panelists: Chris Barton - Strategic Partnership Development Manager, Google Chris Castle - Managing Partner - Chris L. Castle, Attorneys (LA & SF) David Hyman - CEO, MOG Dr. Matthew Dunn - CEO/President, MusicIP Jay Frank - Head of Music & Label Relations, Yahoo! Music Justin Goldberg - Founder/CEO, indie911 Lisa Tiver - SVP Business Affairs, eCast Richard French - CEO, Avvenu Steven Stewart - Manager, Nokia Music Solutions

When: Tuesday, May 1, 2007, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. PDT

Where: Bell Age Hotel, West Hollywood, CA 1020 North San Vicente Boulevard West Hollywood CA 90069 (310) 854-1111 (On-site registration available)

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