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New Tech Platform Puts The Power In The Artists' Hands

About the Event

Remember when TikTok and Instagram were just ripples in the digital sea? If you’d caught that early wave, you’d be surfing on a fortune right now!

No worries—a new tsunami is on the way. It’s a game-changing app that combines a dash of America’s Got Talent’s magic and a pinch of TikTok’s allure to create SHWDWN!

Much more than just another creator platform, SHWDWN is where the excitement of talent shows meets the virality of social media. SHWDWN is not just a platform; it’s a stage, a comedy club, a concert hall, all rolled into one! Think of it as the ultimate digital stage for artists and fans. SHWDWN is as interactive as it gets. Fans can pay artists via virtual tip jars, vote in weekly contests, and use other gamified features that make engagement a core feature of the app.

Enjoy this webinar with SHWDWN co-founders Casey and John McMahon to learn more about the first startup to score global music licenses, their all-star team with a shiny track record, and how they’re poised to take off in this booming category.

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