USC Workshop: Careers in Media Tech w/ Jay LeBoeuf!

Interested in working in the media tech industry? Jay LeBoeuf from Real Industry is coming to USC to teach you how! (February 6 at the USC Carson Soundstage, 7pm).

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WORKSHOP: How Leading Music and Audio Tech Companies Actually Work.

This workshop is a hands-on crash course in applying skills in audio engineering, design, business, and engineering to the ever-growing consumer, music, and media technology industry.

There will be reps from several media tech companies including:
LANDR (https://www.landr.com/en)
Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/)
SONOS (http://www.sonos.com/en-us/home)
Line 6 (http://line6.com/)
Harman (https://www.harman.com/)
DTS (http://dts.com/)

Come join your peers in learning what media tech companies look for in applicants and how you can prepare yourself to shape the media tech industry.

ABOUT THE HOST:
Jay LeBoeuf is the Executive Director of Real Industry (http://www.realindustry.org/), an education nonprofit that prepares its students to enter the technology industry by exposing them to leading tech companies’ practices. He is a lecturer in music technology and music business at Stanford University’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), and he advises digital media startups such as Chromatik, LANDR, and Kadenze. As an entrepreneur, Jay founded Imagine Research, an intelligent audio technology startup that built a search engine for sound. In 2012, iZotope acquired Imagine Research and Jay joined the iZotope executive team leading research & development, technology strategy, and intellectual property.

Prior to creating Imagine Research, LeBoeuf was an engineer and researcher in the Advanced Technology Group at Avid Technology. There he led research that expanded the power of Pro Tools, the industry standard for digital audio workstations. He has been recognized as a Bloomberg Businessweek Innovator, awarded $1.1M in Small Business Innovation Research grants by the U.S. National Science Foundation, and interviewed on BBC World.

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