Daniel Salcedo is a New York-based executive producer and music enthusiast. Throughout the years, he’s worked in many aspects of the digital, broadcast and film media landscapes. In 2014 he founded the Elevator Video Content Studio, working in both linear and Virtual Reality formats. Daniel’s eye for captivating stories led him to co-produce the award-winning HBO documentary “Sins of my Father”, which made its way to Sundance Festival.
Thanks to his passion for music he launched a music trend analytics platform Trenderscope, a music licensing company MuuseMe, and “Guataca Nights”, an initiative to support the arts and culture in New York City for indie artists. His unique experience in the United States proves how multicultural views shape stories into quality content.
- Sync summit (music), NYC, LA, Barbados
- Future music forum, Barcelona
- Hispanicize (Miami)
- Latin Alternative Music Conference (NYC)
- Portada Online (magazine), Panel
- Guadalajara FIM Pro, Panel
- NALIP (LA)
- Realscreen Summit