BIGSOUND 2016

Community Radio at BIGSOUND Music Conference Sept 7-9

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 2nd September 2016
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The Amrap team are heading to Brisbane next week for the annual BIGSOUND music conference and festival.

Community radio Music Directors from key metro stations will also be making the trip to take part in Amrap facilitated one-on-one listening sessions with artists and a panel on promoting music to community radio.

'The Future of your Music on Community Radio' panel will feature Cam Durnsford - Music Director at PBS 106.7FM Melbourne, Michelle Brown - Station Manager at 4ZZZ, Stu McLeod - General Manager at RTRFM 92.1, musician Emily Wurramara, Siobhan Kranz - Mushroom's National Publicity & Artist Relations Manager & Charlie Ellison - Label Manager & Head of Publicity at RICE IS NICE.

Musicians and artist representatives have also booked in for one on one listening sessions with Stephen Goodhew, Music Director at FBi Radio (Sydney), Simon Winkler, Music Director at Triple R (Melbourne), Andrew Khedoori, Music Director at 2ser (Sydney), Will Backler, Music Director at RTRFM (Perth), Caitlin Nienaber, Interviews Coordinator at RTRFM (Perth) and the Amrap team.

Find out more about community radio BIGSOUND sessions here.

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