June 26th, 2007
Tonight is the 4th MadInteractive Event, this time it features music bloggers:
Madison Interactive, a group for people who work on public websites – both for work and for play – in the Madison area – is hosting its fourth free event. Whether you’re uploading articles to a local media website or just tending a personal blog, we want you to join us and share your experiences. And to make it all even more interesting, we’ll also be having a brief panel discussion with some local online folks who focus on writing about music in Madison.
Please pass this note on to everyone you think might be interested and leave a comment on this post if you’re coming.
Panel Discussion Details:
MadInteractive Panel No. 4 – Music Blogging in Madison
The High Noon Saloon
5 – 7pm on June 27, 2007
5:30 to 6pm
(Panelists, please show up at 5:20 at the very latest.)
Topic: Music Blogging in Madison
The discussion will center around the various writers in town covering the food scene.
Music blogging in Madison seems particularly strong right now. We also have good food and politics blogs, but the music bloggers really represent a very large voice in terms of the total music coverage done locally. I’ve asked some of my favorite local music bloggers to talk about their craft and what it means to the overall community.
Todd Lekan – http://www.madison.com
Kiki Schueler – Kiki’s Magical Music Reviews
Skip – Up the Downstair
Aaron Veenstra – Civility in Public Discourse
Ryan Matteson – Muzzle of Bees
Tom Geer – More Cowbell
Hastings – Emcees Without Voices
Once again, please pass this note on to everyone you think might be interested and leave a comment on this post if you’re coming.
We hope to see you there!