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Audio Collaborative 2019

Media Partners & Associations

Media Partners & Associations can provide their members with a discount on the ticket price. Partners and Associations will also be promoted on conference collaterals and on various signage at the event, as well as receiving a free delegate pass for a director of the association.

 

BPI promotes recorded music in the UK & worldwide and champions the rights and interests of a broad range of members, including over 370 independent labels and the UK's three major record companies – Sony Music, Universal Music & Warner Music. Its members accounts for around 85 per cent of the recorded music consumed in the UK.

 

ERA is the trade association representing the vast majority of retailers and digital services offering music, video and games in the UK. Its members range from independent record shops (Reflex, Sister Ray) to digital services (Spotify, Sky, Deezer, Google) to internet retailers (Amazon) to specialist High Street operators (HMV, Game) and supermarkets (Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda, Morrisons)

 

The DTG is a UK not-for-profit collaboration centre that makes digital TV work. They bring together key players from across the industries to achieve tried and tested interoperability - and deliver a seamless viewer experience. Their core principles continue to guide them, as they work with their members and the industry to create a greater television experience, now and into the future. 

 

AudioXpress remains the authority on audio and reproduced sound by connecting manufacturers and distributors with buyers and consultants around the globe! It's readers are the DIY enthusiasts, product designers, consultants, integrators and opinion leaders.

 

ERT is the leading magazine for electrical retailers, each issue is packed with industry news, market analysis and in-depth features on the issues they, and the rest of this fascinating sector, face. Their market-leading business-to-business publication is aimed at not only the key decision makers in the business, but also the shopfloor staff who deal directly with the consumer.

 

 

Since 1986 Pro Sound News Europe has continued to head the field as Europe’s most respected news-based publication for the professional audio industry. The title rebranded as PSNEurope in March 2012.

PSNEurope’s editorial focuses on core areas including: pro-audio business; studio (recording, post-production and mastering); audio for broadcast; installed sound; and live/touring sound. A daily and a weekly newsletter keep the readership up-to-date with current events across the spectrum of pro audio.

PSNEurope – and psneurope.com – remains vital reading for everybody in professional audio.

 

 

AV Technology Europe is focused on the AV end user market: it has been specifically created to educate and inform senior decision makers and technology managers. It bypasses the hype and gets straight to the heart of the issues affecting the industry with unique coverage of the latest advances in AV operations and installations, through to the application of disruptive technologies throughout the corporate AV workflow.

 

 

Installation serves the AV channel: systems integrators, installers, distributors, consultants, as well as influencers including architects and interior designers. Through in-depth features, interviews, solutions case studies and more, it gives its readers an understanding of the evolving technologies in the permanent AV installation marketplace, as well as the industry issues and sector trends affecting the AV channel.

 

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