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Music, Music Technology and Radio

How to develop your experience

Music and radio is a highly competitive sector and being able to demonstrate that you have relevant work experience will be a great advantage. Building up a portfolio of work that shows your skills and experience is also important. 

You can begin building your skills and experience at university by volunteering, doing an internship, having a part-time job or by doing a professional placement.

Internships and work experience

Music promoters and labels in Brighton

You could contact local promoters or record labels to see if they can offer work experience by sending a speculative application. Check Wired Sussex's directory for more local organisations involved with music

Community radio stations in Brighton

You could contact local radio stations to see if they can offer work experience by sending a speculative application

Other ways to get experience

Funding for emerging musicians

Music associations and groups