The year is rapidly winding down, which means that there are only a few great seminars and conferences to attend. Here's the rundown for October:

OCTOBER
3-5 — Second Annual Mid-Atlantic Music Conference
With valuable meetings and conventions in almost every region of the country these days, there's no excuse for not getting the proper music business education. This get-together, in only its second year, is being held at the Sheraton Four Points Hotel in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina. Call them at 888-755-0036 for further information.
10-13 — 115th Audio Engineering Society Convention (AES)
Everything audio reveals itself at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. Great for producers, engineers or audiophiles. Contact them at 212-661-8528.
23 — 2003 MTV Video Music Awards Latin America
The stage is set: It's the Jackie Gleason Theatre in Miami, Florida, for one night of Latino Heat. The place will be jumpin as the very best Latin Music Videos receive their propeR acknowledgement. Get there early. Call 305-535-3700 for ticket info.
27-28 — What Teens Want Conference
This is probably the most important meeting of the month to attend. Sponsored by Billboard, Adweek and the Hollywood Reporter, among others, this highly-publicized event focuses on marketing to teens ages 12-17 using movies, media and TV. Keynote address will be delivered by Brian Graden, president of programming for MTV. Visit www.whatteenswant.com or call 888-536-8536.











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