BurnLounge Founder and CEO to Address Digital Music Strategies and Company's Business Model at Upcoming Events

Alex Arnold, Founder & CEO, BurnLounge, to Speak at the Urban Network

Entertainment and Marketing Summit and the 2006 Harvard Business School

Entertainment and Media Conference



Apr 05, 2006, 01:00 ET from BurnLounge

    NEW YORK, April 5 /PRNewswire/ -- BurnLounge, the next-generation
 community-powered digital music service that enables passionate music fans to
 sell the music they love to friends or like-minded individuals, announced
 today that Founder and CEO Alex Arnold will address digital music strategies
 and BurnLounge's innovative business model at the Urban Network Entertainment
 and Marketing Summit this week at the Riviera Resort and Racquet Club in Palms
 Springs, Calif.  Additionally, he will speak toward digital music consumption
 and the future of the industry at the 2006 Harvard Business School
 Entertainment and Media Conference in Boston, Mass.
     Arnold will participate as a panelist on "Digital Strategies in the
 Business of Music" on Friday, April 7.  Arnold and fellow panelists will
 discuss marketing and selling digital music content through non-traditional
 distribution methods and unique business models which support such methods,
 including BurnLounge.
     Arnold is also slated to speak at the 2006 Harvard Business School
 Entertainment and Media Conference in Boston, Mass.  The panel, "The Next Big
 Thing" is scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 8, and will address new
 ways in which content is being consumed today and how it will change in the
 future.
     BurnLounge is a unique service that provides fans with proprietary
 software for purchase and an expansive catalog of music from major and
 independent record labels, enabling them to create and operate their own
 digital music stores.  Additionally, the service empowers record labels and
 artists with an innovative platform to promote their music by exposing their
 work to the dynamic BurnLounge community.
     As the founder and CEO of BurnLounge, Arnold's past business experience as
 a successful marketing executive combined with his passion for music led him
 to create BurnLounge in 2005.  Furthermore, he has contributed to the success
 of companies in the network and affiliate marketing industry including Excel
 Communications and Lexxus International.  Arnold's foray into the
 entertainment industry came with the introduction to the group "Day and Night"
 from Grammy Award winning writer/producer Michael Mani, which led to the
 formation of the independent record label 3:AM Music.  In the early part of
 2005, 3:AM Music landed a major production deal with Interscope/Geffen
 Records.
 
     About BurnLounge
     BurnLounge is the first, next-generation, community-powered digital music
 service enabling music fans to discover and enjoy music, as well as operate
 their own digital music stores and evangelize the music they love.  Through
 this innovative model, BurnLounge provides record labels and artists with a
 new fan-driven promotional channel.  For additional information, visit
 BurnLounge at www.burnlounge.com.
 
 

SOURCE BurnLounge
    NEW YORK, April 5 /PRNewswire/ -- BurnLounge, the next-generation
 community-powered digital music service that enables passionate music fans to
 sell the music they love to friends or like-minded individuals, announced
 today that Founder and CEO Alex Arnold will address digital music strategies
 and BurnLounge's innovative business model at the Urban Network Entertainment
 and Marketing Summit this week at the Riviera Resort and Racquet Club in Palms
 Springs, Calif.  Additionally, he will speak toward digital music consumption
 and the future of the industry at the 2006 Harvard Business School
 Entertainment and Media Conference in Boston, Mass.
     Arnold will participate as a panelist on "Digital Strategies in the
 Business of Music" on Friday, April 7.  Arnold and fellow panelists will
 discuss marketing and selling digital music content through non-traditional
 distribution methods and unique business models which support such methods,
 including BurnLounge.
     Arnold is also slated to speak at the 2006 Harvard Business School
 Entertainment and Media Conference in Boston, Mass.  The panel, "The Next Big
 Thing" is scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 8, and will address new
 ways in which content is being consumed today and how it will change in the
 future.
     BurnLounge is a unique service that provides fans with proprietary
 software for purchase and an expansive catalog of music from major and
 independent record labels, enabling them to create and operate their own
 digital music stores.  Additionally, the service empowers record labels and
 artists with an innovative platform to promote their music by exposing their
 work to the dynamic BurnLounge community.
     As the founder and CEO of BurnLounge, Arnold's past business experience as
 a successful marketing executive combined with his passion for music led him
 to create BurnLounge in 2005.  Furthermore, he has contributed to the success
 of companies in the network and affiliate marketing industry including Excel
 Communications and Lexxus International.  Arnold's foray into the
 entertainment industry came with the introduction to the group "Day and Night"
 from Grammy Award winning writer/producer Michael Mani, which led to the
 formation of the independent record label 3:AM Music.  In the early part of
 2005, 3:AM Music landed a major production deal with Interscope/Geffen
 Records.
 
     About BurnLounge
     BurnLounge is the first, next-generation, community-powered digital music
 service enabling music fans to discover and enjoy music, as well as operate
 their own digital music stores and evangelize the music they love.  Through
 this innovative model, BurnLounge provides record labels and artists with a
 new fan-driven promotional channel.  For additional information, visit
 BurnLounge at www.burnlounge.com.
 
 SOURCE  BurnLounge