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The 13h Tokyo International Music Market 2016 Announcement of second round of confirmed speakers; Tetsuya Komuro, Jay Kogami, John Pantle, Mark Frieser, and Mark Yokozawa

2016.08.03
The 13h Tokyo International Music Market (13h TIMM) will take place this year at SHIBUYA EXCEL HOTEL TOKYU on October 24th and 25th (at Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba on October 26th).
SHIBUYA EXCEL HOTEL TOKYU will be the main business meeting venue this year.

TIMM is a part of Japan Content Showcase 2016, together with TIFFCOM 2016 Marketplace for Film & TV in Asia, and Tokyo International Anime Festival 2016 (TIAF).
Japan Content Showcase 2016 is an annual international trade event which attracts more than one thousand buyers and media from around the world in search of Japanese audio and audio-visual contents.

Music producer, Tetsuya Komuro; Digital Music Journalist, Jay Kogami; Vice president of music / agent of Hatsune Miku, John Pantle; organizer of SyncSummit which specializes in sync businesses, Mark Frieser; and concert organizer of Japanese artists in mainland China, Mark Yokozawa has been confirmed as second round of speakers.

Live music showcase event linked to the trade event will be scheduled at TSUTAYA O-EAST in Shibuya on October 24th, 25th and 26th.

Details will be announced shortly on this site.

■ 13th Tokyo International Music Market (13th TIMM)
Dates: Oct. 24(Mon), 25th (Tue) and 26th (Wed), 2016
Venues: SHIBUYA EXCEL HOTEL TOKYU (October 24th, 25th ), Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba (October 26th)

■ Japan Content Showcase 2016
Visitor Registration Fee:
(Early Bird) JPY 13,500 (tax included) until Sept. 9 (Fri)
SHIBUYA EXCEL HOTEL TOKYU (October 24th, 25th)
Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba (October 25th, 26th and 27th)
Visitor Registration:
http://www.jcs.tokyo/en/entry/visitor/

■ TIMM linked events (live music showcase)
Dates: Oct. 24th (Mon), 25th (Tue), and 26th (Wed), 2016
Venue: TSUTAYA O-EAST (Shibuya)

■ Organizers:
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI); UNIJAPAN, Foundation for Promotion of Music Industry and Culture (PROMIC); and The Association of Japanese Animations (AJA)