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.
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.
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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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Eye-of-the-Media Panel
Matt Priest (NME)
Paul Flower (Absolute Radio)
   Eamon Forde (Five Eight Magazine)
 Jim Benner (XFM)
Matt Cook (MTV)
  Critical Mass Panel
Daryl Robinson (Academy Music Group)
Dave Castell (Tough Cookie)
Adrian Coultas-Pitman (Echo Europe)
James Drury (LIVE UK)
Steve Jenner (Virtual Festivals)
Raoul Chatterjee (Trinity Street)
The Touring Game
Peter Tudor (Ticketmaster)
James Perkins (Concert Live)
  The Producers
Rob Sinclair (Star Events)
Phil Addyman (Star Events)
Des Fallon (XL Video)
Andy Lenthall (PSA)
Dick Tee (Enteetainment)
Roly Oliver (Britannia Row)
Ellie Giles (Fiction/Polydor)
  Tom Robinson
(BBC 6)

Nick Blackburn
(SEE Tickets)
  Dave Chumbley
(Primary Talent)

Steve Jenner
(Virtual Festivals)
  Daryl Robinson
(Academy Music Group)

Scott Thomas
(X-Ray Touring)
  Clare Hudson
(Hudson PR)

Steve Tilley
(Kilimanjaro Live)
  Sarah Tinsley

Paul Boswell
(Free Trade Agency)
  Martin Goebbels

Mark Meharry
(Music Glue)
  Sarah Waddington
(Keystone Law)

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