The BPI and LoveLive recently announced the launch of TRANSMITTER, a new music channel on YouTube dedicated to promoting British music, launching on 11th November.
You can view more at Youtube.com/Transmitter.
Tinie Tempah, John Newman, The 1975, Sub Focus, Drenge, The Saturdays, James Arthur, Wretch 32, Miles Kane, Kodaline and The Wanted as well as The Strypes, Sean Paul and Janelle Monae are all already confirmed to be among the first artists to appear on the channel.
The TRANSMITTER team are currently inviting managers to pitch artists for feature slots. They are particularly interested in any exclusives that can be offered e.g. single, album or video first plays, or first live performances of new songs. See below for contact details.
Daniel Monsell, Head Of Talent: firstname.lastname@example.org
Holly Frith, Talent Booker: holly.frith@lovelive.
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“TRANSMITTER aims to create a great new destination for music fans, with daily programming showcasing the UK’s most exciting and influential artists, in new formats made for YouTube and curated by artists themselves. Featuring unique collaborations and weekly live-streamed shows from the TRANSMITTER studio, the channel will provide an innovative alternative to the limited opportunities for music on traditional TV.“