March 21, 2011 - New York, NY – Section101, a leading destination for artists wishing to take control of their digital content, is pleased to announce a presence at this year’s ASCAP EXPO NY on March 31 and ASCAP EXPO LA, April 28-30th.
The company is an official sponsor of the event in both New York and Los Angeles, and will be offering free artist site reviews for any one who wants suggestions on how to maximize your site’s exposure and success on the web. Section 101 will be offering product demonstrations, tutorials and showcasing some of their success stories such as Duran Duran, Diane Birch, Marc Cohn, Junip and more. Founder and CEO Liz Leahy will also be participating in a “Lunchtime Roundtable” at the Los Angeles event on April 29th from 12:30-2:30PM at the Twist Restaurant. Attendees will have the opportunity to sit with Liz and ask questions about her several areas of expertise, which include online marketing, branding and fan management.
To set up a tutorial in advance of attending in either New York or Los Angeles, please e-mail email@example.com.
ASCAP EXPO NY Sessions: "One Day Music Career Boost" takes place March 31st at the 92nd Street Y 1395 Lexington Ave. NY, NY
ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO LA runs April 28-30 at The Renaissance Hotel in West Hollywood, CA
About Section 101
Section 101 has developed a revolutionary new web-publishing platform that enables music artists, celebrities and other entertainers to proactively take charge of the proliferation of digital content on the web and effectively market their brand across the growing number of online channels. Section 101’s platform provides artists with an easy-to-use environment to intuitively create, deploy and manage their digital persona, while providing integrated tools to organize and leverage the artist’s fans via branded communities and viral content.
Artists and brands such as Duran Duran, Marc Cohn, Diane Birch, Corey Taylor (Slipknot), Hesta Prynn, Kaci Battaglia, Junip, Carina Round, Todd Alsup, WDST Radio, the Rube Goldberg Estate, Jon Diaz and Killian Wells all rely on Section 101 technology.