Digital Sounds: Fast forward to the Future of Audio

A music and radio event brought to you by the University of Salford and The Landing as part of BBC Digital Cities.

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Friday

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manchester, The Landing, Blue Tower, MediaCityUK, M50 2ST

Description

The way we consume music is changing, with audio and radio audiences rapidly growing and diversifying. Come along to meet and hear from our panel of radio and music industry experts from the BBC, Unity Radio, GAS Music and the University of Salford.

We will be discussing this fast-changing and dynamic industry and talking to you, the audience, about the skills needed to work in these areas. 

We’ll also be exploring the idea of of credibility versus popularity with Ostereo, a Manchester-based record label, publisher, influencer and marketing company who use technology to promote streams and video views for artists. 

Tours of The Landing and a networking session follow the discussions.

Speakers

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Laura Beth Greenwood BBC Radio Manchester
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Karen Gabay Producer and presenter
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Julie Cullen Commissioning executive, BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio 2
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Gary Hilton Director, GAS Music
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Greg Owens Music consultant, GAS Music
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Anthony Gay Managing director, ReelWorld
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Ramin Bostan Head of A&R, Ostereo
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Clare Freeman Presenter, podcaster, ASFB Productions

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