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New website for Music Week

MCV’s sister site Music Week, the globally renowned b2b media brand at the heart of the music industry, has unveiled a brand new version of its websitewww.musicweek.com.

The much needed overhaul comes less than a year after the brand was acquired by independent trade publisher Intent Media and follows a widely praised revamp of the weekly magazine.

The constantly updated new Music Week site infinitely enhances the reader experience, delivering a constant stream of news, features, opinion, data, analysis and charts.

It also boasts a wealth of music and video, including material from the hottest unsigned bands to the biggest stars in the world, as well as interviews with the industry’s leading executives and artists.

The site also offers a newReports service, serving as a one-stop shop for all your music industry research needs. There are three reports on offer right now, with more to be added in the coming weeks, including Music Week’s in-depth Q2 2012 market report.

Musicweek.com content, plus a suite of associated editorial email services (including a daily news digest), is only available in its entirety to Music Week subscribers. Exclusive, subscriber-only online content includes in-depth analysis and opinion articles, Charts data and Directory access.

If you’re not already a subscriber to Music Week, contactDavid Pagendamon +44 (0)207 354 3001 to find out more about our great offers.

And to find out how Music Week can support your business year-round across its print, online, email, app, social channels and events, contactDarrell Carteron +44 (0)1992 535 646.

You can follow Music Week via RSS,Twitter,FacebookandLinked In.

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