Winter Music Conference announces 2018 dates and panel topics

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Miami’s Winter Music Conference has announced official dates and panel topics ahead of its 33rd edition. Taking place on March 20-22 in Miami Beach’s illustrious Faena District, the conference will play host to a variety of panel discussions. Publicity, agency, licensing, streaming and A&R are among just a few of the topics listed on WMC’s official website.

“We’re thrilled to have the breathtaking Faena Forum as the backdrop for this year’s Winter Music Conference,” explained Bill Kelly, WMC Co-Founder.

“2018 is the start of a renaissance for WMC,” the conference said in a statement. “A major announcement about WMC’s future will be made at this year’s conference that will once again put it at the very top of must-attend events for the entire international dance music community.”

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