Coming up on Wednesday, March 9, POP Entertainment & Managment's Angie Lamarinde will be joining us for our latest DIY Series event on PR & Publicity, Get to know her a little better...
Angie Lamirande is founding partner and creative force behind POP Entertainment & Management with two decades of expertise as an event producer, talent manager, publicist, and marketing manager. Savvy in traditional, digital and social media, she’s done it all - from the creative development of new ideas through smooth execution of a wide variety of production and entertainment. Most recently, you can see Lamirande’s stamp on events such as BreakOut West/Western Canadian Music Awards, Manito Ahbee Festival, Indigenous Music Awards, and the 103rd Grey Cup Festival’s Arrival of The Cup. As talent manager, she oversees the careers of community organizer and motivational speaker Michael Redhead Champagne and Canadian pop-rock band The Treble.
About the Workshop
If you are planning on having a long term career in the industry, media people need to hear your music. Undertaking a media and publicity campaign to promote your brand may seem daunting, but it’s not impossible. This discussion will focus on the role of a publicist and how to effectively do your own publicity and get music into the hands of these industry taste makers.
The MusicWorks DIY Series offers developing artists and industry, as well as veterans looking to update their skills, the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the music business. The series starts with the music business fundamentals that everyone needs to master – bio writing, radio play, mastering social media, touring, and understanding copyright -- and ends with planning a release, showing how each of these pieces fit together to create a cohesive strategy.
Click to register, or to get more info, please contact:
Roland Deschambault, Professional Development Coordinator
MusicWorks is made possible by the generous support of the Province of Manitoba through Industry Services of Manitoba Jobs and the Economy; the Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings (FACTOR) through the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage (Canada Music Fund) and of Canada's Private Radio Broadcasters; The Jim Pattison Broadcast Group; and The SOCAN Foundation.