The Big Radio Seminar
PRS for Music announce community radio seminar
PRS for Music, the licensing organisation for songwriters, composers and music publishers, is hosting ‘The Big Radio Seminar’ to advise on, and address the issue of licensing music for community radio stations. Held in association with the Community Media Association, the educational session welcomes all individuals, groups and communities along to discuss their music use.
The event will be held at the PRS for Music offices, Berners Street, London on Tuesday 29th March from 2pm – 5.00pm.
Leading industry speakers will include Daniel Browne from West One Music, Gavin Larkins, Radio Licensing Manager and Andy Harrower Head of Broadcasting from PRS for Music, and songwriter Martin Sutton. Martin has worked with some of the world’s best songwriters selling over seven million records worldwide for artists including Celine Dion, The Backstreet Boys, LeAnn Rimes and Olivia Newton John.
The seminar will include insider tips, practical advice and real-life music licensing solutions and attendees will benefit from:
- Unique insight from leading industry experts
- Tactical knowledge about music licensing
- Face-to-face discussions with your industry peers with the opportunity to share ideas
- Getting opinions heard
We recognise that many groups would benefit from help, information and assistance in accessing music and understanding the issues surrounding music licensing. The aim of this session is to champion ease of access for people and their communities who want to use music and provide them the necessary support to make that happen.
Entry is free. To book a place or for more information visit www.prsformusic.com/radioseminar
For more information, get in touch:
Nicola Formoy, Public Relations Manager
02073064229 / 07539 837436
Barney Hooper, Head of PR
02073064548 / 07979 757052
Community Media Association
The Community Media Association is the UK representative body for the Community Media sector and is committed to promoting access to the media for people and communities. It aims to enable people to establish and develop community based communications media for empowerment, cultural expression, information and entertainment.