News: Large Scale Airplay Monitor, WARM Host Webinar With German and French Radio Industry Experts

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WARM is the first large-scale airplay monitor, built solely for the purpose of giving transparency to music entrepreneurs. By using the WARM platform and app, independent musicians, songwriters and producers can monitor in real-time any song that is played on radio stations worldwide. They are currently monitoring more than 30,000 radio stations in more than 130 countries. This is by far the biggest and widest radio monitoring service on the market.

Over the next week, WARM will be hosting two virtual conversations on the 7th of May this Thursday, and the 14th of May next Thursday at 5pm CET.  The next webinar this Thursday will feature Oliver Fennel and Andreas Zimmer with the focus on how to get airplay in the German radio industry. They are two professionals that have worked in the German radio industry for more than 20 years. This Thursday they will discuss how to break into this market with Jesper Skibsby, WARM’s CEO.

Register for FREE ‘WARM Talks: How to get airplay in Germany’ , 5pm Thursday 7th of May

Register for FREE ‘WARM Talks: How to get airplay in France‘, 5pm Thursday 14th of May

 

News: The UK’s Live Music Scene Sales Reach New Heights

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New annual reports which reveal sales figures for some of UK’s biggest stars, from Sam Smith, to the Rolling Stones show a record £1.1Bn in sales from last year. This in turn, help drive the UK’s economy, with the addition of British music sales overseas, as well as money spent of food and accommodation overseas by music tourist – to £5.3Bn in 2018

Baring these figures in mind and the positive contribution the music industry has been having to the UK economy. It’s important that more is done to keep live music spaces open for growing musicians to help nurture the music scene, and keep live shows happening.

The financial sales don’t reflect the financial instabilities of most musicians, and it would be in the government best interests during this process of brexit to help maintain live music spaces for musicians, in regards to travelling musicians gaining visas and work permit