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Intern scheme launched by UK record labels

News: 28th August 2013 by Louise Dodgson under Music Training & Careers, Record Labels

If a career in the recording industry is what you strive for, then this news should be right up your street! Several UK record companies including Relentless Records, Best Before Records and the EMI Archive Trust, will be offering 12 month internships giving a unique insight into working at a busy and bustling record label.

The internships are backed by the BPI, representative body for the UK recording industry, and Creative Access, and will be funded by the BRIT Trust so keep an eye for places announced later in the year. Recently, The Guardian published an article regarding the importance of paying interns on long term placements and internships which makes for an interesting read so check out the link below.

Related Links

http://www.musicweek.com/news/read/record-labels-boost-diversity-with-new-internship-scheme/055837

http://www.theguardian.com/media/2013/aug/15/unpaid-interns-music-industry


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music industry internships, music business, music jobs, music industry placements, bpi, record labels, recording industry, creative access, record companies, working at a record label

 

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