Emerging Icons team with The Telegraph for music journalism opportunity

News: 11th June 2013 by Louise Dodgson under Media

If you've always fancied your name in print as a music reviewer and writer in the likes of The Telegraph, then this is the opportunity for you! Emerging Icons, a website championing unsigned acts and run by Unsigned Band Review has joined forces with national newspaper The Telegraph to offer an excellent work experience opportunity.

All you need to do is wax lyrical about a band that you love from the Emerging Icons website by leaving a comment on their site or mobile site. If you comment is over 100 words, it will be viewed by the Culture Editor at The Telegraph and you could be in with a chance of bagging yourself a once in a lifetime work placement opportunity, not to mention the possibility of having your words published on The Telegraph's website.

The band or artist who gets the most feedback and comments will also win a slot on the main stage at Beach Break Liveso everyone is a winner! There is more info via the link below, however it looks like you may need to sign up to Unsigned Band Review (it's free) to take a look at the full details. Good luck!

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