Nick Pitts, content director of Jazz FM, shares his insider knowledge about how to get your music played on one of the most influential jazz stations in the world.
‘It’s still quite important for artists and they still get quite excited when they hear their songs on the radio,’ says BBC Radio 1Xtra presenter Snoochie Shy.
Want to learn how to access airtime for your music on local, community or online radio? Check out these top tips from station managers, DJs, artists and producers…
Jazz FM’s listening hours have risen to more than three million, up 84 percent year-on-year, according to new figures for the second quarter of 2018.
An upcoming seminar from Music 4.5 will examine the future of traditional radio as access-based media and streaming services continue to grow at record levels.
UK producer and songwriter Steve Levine has received two trophies at the New York Festivals' Radio Awards for his BBC documentary on Bing Crosby in Britain.
The BBC has launched a brand-new app designed for streaming podcasts, radio shows and audio content.
The free day of talks and performances includes the panels Breaking into the Music Industry and Developing a Career in Radio.
The number of Classic FM listeners aged under 25 increased by 43 percent last year, according to new figures.
Hit songwriter Ralph Murphy will reveal the tricks of the trade at the London event in October, which is offering discounted tickets to all PRS for Music members.