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Attracting an Audience: Handy Tips for Managing your Social Media

Social Media isn’t just a place to plaster your t-shirts and gig photos. It is a vital tool, and source of interaction between your brand and the public. You can earn countless fans or lose them through different interactions over different platforms, so it’s important to know how to use each platform to your best advantage. We’ll …

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A Week In The Life Of… A Publicist And Social Media Marketing Agent, Erin Lyall

Erin Lyall manages the social media networks, online communications and publicity for an impressive collection of venues across Melbourne, and Australia’s East Coast. She also writes her own blog, full of interesting tidbits and handy info on the worlds of social media and online publicity. Below, Erin lets us experience a week in her busy role. We follow her through venue meetings, self motivated …

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Paper Kites’ Savvy Seven

Not every band can boast their own self-featuring film, but for Melbourne outfit The Paper Kites, this seems to be taken well in their stride. It’s been an eventful year for the five-piece, the upcoming release of their sophomore album twelvefour exploring the relationship between an artist and the creative witching hours between 12 and 4am – something which …

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A Week In The Life Of… A Music Business Survivor, Noah Shilkin

Noah Shilkin is Vice President of WAM, Western Australia’s state music body, as well as a musician, music producer and all-around music biz whiz. Having lived and worked for many years in North America, Noah’s beautiful property on the Margaret River now doubles as a haven for his music company, Sonic Lolly, and affords him something of a …

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A Week In The Life Of… Rage TV’s Programmer & Producer, Tyson Koh

Meet Tyson Koh, Producer and Programmer for ABC’s iconic Rage show. His tasks include sourcing guest programmers, liaising with PR and record label representatives, and being a mermaid (merman!) on NSW’s southern beaches. He also hosts his own show on FBi Radio called Loose Joints and runs an anti-lockout campaign called Keep Sydney Open. Read on for insight …

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How to Guarantee a Return Invitation: A Guide To Gig Etiquette

Live gigs are a necessary, lucrative and essentially unavoidable part of being a working artist. Most musicians have played a gig or two – or three, or three hundred – in their careers. These moments are often crucial for networking, promotion and, of course, for gaining new listeners. As well as putting on a killer show, it’s …

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A Week In The Life Of… Foxtel’s Head Of Digital, Danny Yau

Danny Yau is a multi-tasker to the max, heading up digital for Foxtel, and also self-managing his own music career. Read on for a week in Danny’s life, plus tips on social media, sourcing news and keeping up with today’s fast-paced digital world… Job Description I am the head of digital for Foxtel’s music properties. That includes …

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A Week In The Life Of An… Online Music Distributor, Sarah Hamilton

Sarah Hamilton is international company Ditto Music‘s Client Manager for Australia, a FREEZA mentor, as well as one of the founders of the One Of One initiative, a web presence shining a light on women in Australian music. Sarah is adept at switching between multiple roles in the industry: rolling out PR campaigns, organising digital distribution, sourcing new material …

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Australia’s Top Directors Explain Why You Should Make A Music Video…And How To Get It Right

From birthing a concept to choosing the right director, there’s a lot to be considered before making a great film clip for your song. A standout music video ideally looks smooth and effortless, but like a duck paddling in water, there’s a lot of work going on beneath that calm surface. We’ve asked some of Australia’s most …

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