LIVE UK, a sister publication to AUDIENCE, is the only publication dedicated to the country's contemporary live music business, providing news, features, tour plans and information to the people that drive the industry – promoters, festival organisers, venue operators, artiste managers, booking agents, ticketing companies, media and key professionals in dozens of related sectors.
Audience is the world's leading monthly magazine for the international contemporary live music industry, providing news, features and information to professionals in more than 80 countries worldwide. Circulation includes thousands of promoters, festival organisers, venue operators and key people in dozens of related sectors.
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Festival provides news and information across a broad spectrum of festival business activity, including the launch of new events and the evolution of established ones, anti-crime initiatives, developments in infrastructure, security and ticketing; marketing techniques, waste management and recycling. Published in print and digital issues during the key festival planning season of December to March.
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Live UK Events is a sister company to Audience Media – publisher of leading business magazines LIVE UK and Audience – and was formed to stage the annual LIVE UK Summit conference and Live Music Business Awards, held in London during October.

  Launched in 2007, the Summit is an annual focal point for companies and individuals involved in the business of contemporary live music. It attracts around 300 key professionals that include leading promoters and festival organisers, booking agents, artistes managers, operators of venues that range from pubs and clubs to stadiums, as well as media, brands and dozens of other live music-related sectors.
   
Launched in 2010, the annual Live Music Business Awards presents accolades across 22 categories, ranging from Promoter of the Year and Best Venue Teamwork to Breakthrough Artiste, Best Festival Performance and Unsung Hero.
 



As well as publishing monthly print and digital issues of LIVE UK and Audience – for the UK and global contemporary live music industries respectively, Audience Media also produces occasional titles such as Festival, the annual Live Music Business Awards Winners publications, the annual UK Festival Census (for Virtual Festivals) and Glastonbury: Behind the Scenes.




LIVE UK is the only publication dedicated to the country's contemporary live music business, providing news, features, tour plans and information for the people who drive the industry – promoters, festival organisers, venue operators, artiste managers, booking agents, ticketing companies, media and key professionals in dozens of related sectors. 

Launched in December 1999, Audience is the world's leading B2B publication dedicated to the international contemporary live music industry, Audience providing news, features and tour information to companies and individuals in more than 75 countries worldwide. 

Its 9,000+ readership includes thousands of promoters, festival organisers, venue operators, booking agents, artiste managers, record and publishing company executives, and key professionals in dozens of associated sectors.



 
The World’s Best Arenas For Live Music is published annually in June/July and is free to Audience and LIVE UK subscribers worldwide, including concert promoters, venue operators, artiste managers, production companies, booking agents and service providers such as ticketing firms, sound, light and audio-visual companies, as well as brands and sponsorship brokers.annual round-up of the most prominent and proactive venues, from pubs to stadiums and open-air sites, that play a part in keeping the UK a world leader in contemporary music. This 84-page publication features interviews with venue operators, profiles key personalities – from pub landlords to stadium bosses, and includes a survey of trends in areas such as ticketing and marketing.
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The UK's Best Venues for Contemporary Live Music as an annual round-up of the most prominent and proactive venues, from pubs to stadiums and open-air sites, that play a part in keeping the UK a world leader in contemporary music. This 84-page publication features interviews with venue operators, profiles key personalities – from pub landlords to stadium bosses, and includes a survey of trends in areas such as ticketing and marketing.
View digital magazine here.