MONDAY 13 APRIL 2015
TODAY'S TOP STORY: Because there can never be enough music charts - in fact, next month we're launching the Music Charts Chart, tracking which of the 716 music charts is most popular in any one week - the Official Charts Company has launched another bloomin weekly countdown. Actually two, in the form of the Official Vinyl Charts, a celebration of that little old vinyl revival which, the stat chiefs... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Signed to Ninja Tune imprint Counter Records at the start of the year, and first tipped in these pages by Eddy Temple-Morris two years ago, Maribou State are set to release their debut album, 'Portraits', on 1 Jun. Having introduced their new full band set up at a show at Oslo in Hackney last month, the band are now set to take the album's warmly produced sound... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES All-new vinyl charts launched ahead of Record Store Day
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES Spotify financing round has $8.4bn valuation
The Pirate goes down. Then pops back up
Can the music industry deliver a Tidal wave of exclusives?
SoundCloud partners with Zefr for content ID and monetisation
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EDUCATION & EVENTS New season of CMU Insights courses announced
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ARTIST NEWS Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi denies health problems to blame for band's farewell gig cancellation
Free Kanye West show in Armenia shut down by police
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GIGS & FESTIVALS Two Japanese music showcases announced in London
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ONE LINERS Mumford & Sons, The National, Ryn Weaver, and more
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AND FINALLY... Stop laughing at Blue, they are very successful
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LIVE NATION - SOCIAL & CONTENT MANAGER (LONDON)
We’re looking for a Social and Content Manager who is passionate about music, social media and digital content. You will be responsible for working with the Head of Digital Marketing to develop and implement our social and content strategy to grow reach, engagement and first party data.

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SJM CONCERTS - MARKETING ASSISTANT (MANCHESTER)
The purpose of this role is to assist and support our marketing team to maximise exposure of events promoted by SJM Concerts. To assist with the implementation of our marketing campaigns to generate sales for new tours and events via various platforms including press, radio, TV, digital and print.

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LIVE NATION - HEAD OF SALES & MARKETING, VIP NATION (LONDON)
Reporting to the SVP of VIP Nation, this role is responsible for the day-to-day management of VIP Nation’s touring rights, associated key relationships and its sales and marketing function.

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AIRMTM - JUNIOR ACCOUNT MANAGER (LONDON)
We’re looking for a keen, bright, music-obsessed individual, who has worked in the industry for at least a year, to join our small PR team in Shepherd’s Bush.

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MN2S - DIGITAL PR ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Leading independent booking agency MN2S is looking for a Digital PR Assistant. You will be responsible for leveraging existing media contacts to gain coverage around MN2S & the artists we represent and building a solid network of media contacts to gain coverage of the company and our artists.

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LISTEN UP - PRESS INTERN (LONDON)
We are currently seeking an energetic, enthusiastic Press Intern to provide support to our expanding Press Department. The ideal candidate will be highly organised, have a good knowledge of various electronic music genres, good writing skills and a passion for press. This is a full-time paid internship for six months.

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16EIGHT - ACCOUNT MANAGER (LONDON)
16eight is a creative design and marketing studio located in East London. We are looking for a full time Account Manager to join the team from May 2015. This is a great opportunity for someone interested in working as part of a new and dynamic yet small team, managing multiple projects covering the arts and music, travel and tourism, NGO, charity, fashion and events sectors.

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AWAL/KOBALT LABEL SERVICES - SENIOR CLIENT & LABEL MANAGER (LONDON)
We are looking for an experienced Client/Label Manager to be based at the Kobalt office in London. The Client/Label Manager is the main point of contact for our clients into the company, and will be responsible for the co-ordination of releases, client support and product development.

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POLLSTAR UK - SALES ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE (LONDON)
The current opening for an Sales Account Executive offers a dynamic career opportunity in the live music industry. Applicants should have a minimum of five years sales experience, preferably including sales management experience, sales training experience, strong references and solid computer skills.

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[PIAS] ARTIST & LABEL SERVICES - LABEL MANAGER (LONDON)
[PIAS] Artist & Label Services has one of the most experienced label management teams in the business. We are looking to add to the team and bring in a new label manager to work alongside us in supporting the broad range of labels with whom we work.

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DOMINO - DIGITAL ACCOUNT MANAGER (LONDON)
Domino is seeking a confident individual to oversee its digital account and sales initiatives, based in the London office. The position will manage key partnerships and initiatives across digital music and video service providers (such as iTunes, Spotify, VEVO and Amazon MP3) with a particular focus on the UK and European markets.

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SOLD OUT - DIGITAL DESIGNER (LONDON)
Sold Out is an independent full service advertising agency, specialising in arts and entertainment for 20 years. We love what we do, driven by a passion for creating innovative and inspiring campaigns that create a buzz and deliver results. You will be working as part of the creative studio, working closely with the design team to roll out campaigns to tight deadlines.

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HART MEDIA - PLUGGER (LONDON)
Hart Media is one of the UK's leading Radio PR agencies. Our clients have included Passenger, The Prodigy, Public Service Broadcasting, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Motorhead, Deaf Havana, Broncho, Lucy Spraggan, Madness, Darlia, Ward Thomas, Alison Moyet to name a few. We're looking for a passionate and enthusiastic music lover with at least one year's previous experience in radio promotions or similar role.

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ISOLATION NETWORK INC - ASSOCIATE, CLIENT OPERATIONS (LONDON)
Isolation Network, Inc. ("IN") is the parent company of INgrooves Music Group and INscribe Digital. IN's technology powers media distribution for INgrooves Music Group, INscribe Digital, as well as a number of corporate enterprise media clients. Operations Associate will be client facing, responsible for content ingestion, catalogue change requests and other operational activities.

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YES PLEASE - PRESS OFFICER (LONDON)
Yes Please is a dynamic music publicity agency based in Brick Lane. We are looking for a press and online officer to join the team. We are currently working with some of the industry’s best labels in the indie and major world and some fantastic artists including; Karen O, elbow, Conor Oberst, Speedy Ortiz, Fat White Family and The Districts amongst many others.

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PREMIER AVIATION UK - BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT (CRAWLEY)
Premier Aviation UK Ltd, a member of the Hunt & Palmer group, are specialist brokers to the music and entertainment industries and have worked with many of the world's top acts since 1996. With so many exciting new opportunities on the horizon for 2015, we are looking to appoint a dedicated Business Development Manager to help us grow our business and enhance Premier Aviation's position as Europe's foremost provider of aircraft charter to the music and entertainment industry.

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MINISTRY OF SOUND - MARKETING ASSISTANT (LONDON)
Ministry Of Sound Recordings is seeking an experienced Marketing Assistant. The Marketing Assistant will be a key support role to the Marketing team with day-to-day departmental administration and co-ordination of promotional and marketing activities. The position is with a view to developing the Marketing Assistant into a Junior Product Manager over time.

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THE COLUMBO GROUP - PROMOTIONS MANAGER (LONDON)
The Columbo Group is seeking an enthusiastic individual to join the Marketing & Promotions team to assist with the opening of their new venue. The role will involve an extensive working week which will require exceptional time management.

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YOUR ARMY - SENIOR PRESS OFFICER (LONDON)
Your Army is seeking a dynamic Senior Press Officer to join its busy Press Department and Promotions Team. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 2-3 years experience working across both print and online media alongside an adept understanding of both new and established artist campaigns. Knowledge of dance music is preferable and a good understanding of social media a bonus.

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BELIEVE DIGITAL - UK SALES MANAGER (LONDON)
Believe Digital is looking for a sales manager to join its label management team in the UK. A deep knowledge of the independent music industry and key labels, as well as the experience and knowledge to sign content is essential as Believe continues to drive its label acquisition strategy in the UK and internationally.

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DOMINO - DIGITAL CO-ORDINATOR (LONDON)
Domino Recording Co. is looking for an enthusiastic, tech-conscious individual to join the digital department of the label. This full-time position will be based in the London office and will assist the day-to-day work of the department, supporting the content, marketing, sales and operations functions.

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THE ROUNDHOUSE - HEAD OF MUSIC (LONDON)
The main purpose of this role is to create and lead the Roundhouse's internationally renowned music programme. The Head of Music leads on nurturing and maintaining our relationships with promoters and leading players in the music industry and developing the Roundhouse's own music programme, including opportunities for 11-25 year olds. As a member of the Senior Management Team, the successful candidate joins a strong and proactive team that ensures the organisation and all its activities flourish.

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All-new vinyl charts launched ahead of Record Store Day
Because there can never be enough music charts - in fact, next month we're launching the Music Charts Chart, tracking which of the 716 music charts is most popular in any one week - the Official Charts Company has launched another bloomin weekly countdown.

Actually two, in the form of the Official Vinyl Charts, a celebration of that little old vinyl revival which, the stat chiefs at the OCC confirmed this morning, continues unabated, with vinyl album sales up 69% year-on-year in the first quarter, despite 2014 seeing vinyl LP sales reach a 20-year high. Of course, overall vinyl revenues are still generally modest compared to those generated by streaming, downloads and CDs, but the renewed interest in the format is nevertheless good news.

The end-of-year charts for vinyl are often dominated by classic album re-issues, so it will be interesting to see what's selling in the format on a week-by-week basis. Topping the first ever vinyl album chart is the new long player from All Time Low while the singles list is led by Underworld's new Frankie Knuckles tribute, so that's possibly a good start.

The vinyl charts, which will appear each week on the OCC's website, are going live for the first time just head of this year's Record Store Day, when more new vinyl releases will be unleashed on the world than is possibly wise. But it keeps eBay busy. And will make the early vinyl charts interesting.

Commenting on all this, OCC chief Martin Talbot told reporters: "We're delighted to launch the UK's first Official Vinyl Albums and Official Vinyl Singles charts on OfficialCharts.com, to coincide with Record Store Day this coming weekend. With vinyl album sales up by almost 70% already this year, vinyl junkies could well have snapped up two million units by the end of this year - an extraordinary number, if you consider sales were one-tenth of that just six years ago".

Meanwhile, speaking for the record sellers, Phil Barton of London's Sister Ray Records added: "The resurgence in vinyl sales has been a great boost for the independent trade. The launch of the Official Vinyl Charts tells the world that a format that is loved and revered is more relevant now than ever - far from being a curiosity, vinyl is the go-to format for many music fans".

Spotify financing round has $8.4bn valuation
Spotify's previously reported new funding round is valuing the streaming service at a neat $8.4 billion, according to sources cited by the Wall Street Journal.

Following reports that the Spotify company could be seeking to raise another half billion from investors in a move that is likely to put off the widely expected IPO by at least another year, the Journal says that the new monies being paid into the streaming firm's coffers are likely to be closer to $400 million. But that's still rather lot of money to fuel the further expansion of the service around the globe.

The $8.4 billion valuation puts Spotify among the most highly valued of private tech firms worldwide. The Journal's sources also say that there is no firm timeline in place for the IPO as yet, which is when the service's investors to date - and the record companies - are set to profit from that big bucks valuation.

In the meantime, analysts on Wall Street will continue to watch closely Universal's latest licensing negotiations with the service - now that bosses there seem to be getting nervous about freemium - as well as the roll out of Tidal post the rather mixed reception to its relaunch and Apple's planned iTunes/Beats rehash, all of which could affect the performance of Spotify if and when IPO Day arrives.

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The Pirate goes down. Then pops back up
The Pirate Bay went down again this weekend, and for a time no one knew why.

The always controversial file-sharing site also went offline last year, of course, after its servers were raided. It returned to the web in February and, despite a few wobbles early on, has generally been functioning OK ever since.

When the site fell over without comment this weekend, some file-sharers feared another raid had occurred, but as the site reappeared this morning a spokesman told Torrentfreak: "There was a kernel panic on one of the boxes. It's been fixed now".

So now you know. Interestingly, while the site was down a message on the home page claimed that a CloudFlare back-up of the site was working, but this seemed not to be the case.

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Can the music industry deliver a Tidal wave of exclusives?
Fresh on the back of the big Tidal relaunch, CMU Business Editor Chris Cooke considers what an exclusives-driven streaming sector might look like in the latest CMU Trends Report.

With the all-new Tidal promising content exclusives a plenty, and Apple expected to likewise distinguish its new Beats/iTunes streaming service with exclusive albums and tracks when it launches later this year, Cooke notes the problems with artists doing exclusivity deals with a streaming platform. "Exclusives in the streaming domain are very different to exclusivity deals between artists and record shops or download stores, in that they make a much bigger demand on the fan", he writes.

"In the latter cases", he continues, "a consumer may have to visit a record shop or download store they would not otherwise frequent, but once they have bought the CD or the digital music file (assuming, as it usually will be these days, that file is DRM-free), the fan can then play the album or song on their usual playback device of choice, alongside all their other favourite records".

"If an artist makes their music exclusively available to a streaming service - especially a subscription-based DSP - then that forces the fan to change the way they listen to music, and to move their custom to another provider on an ongoing rather than one-off basis. And if a consumer's favourite A-list artists all do exclusivity deals with different services, that creates a dilemma for the fan. Would they really subscribe to multiple services at any one time?"

To read the full article, which considers some of the other challenges around streaming exclusives, and proposes some solutions, get yourself a copy of the latest CMU Trends Report by going premium today! Click here to sign up for just £60 for the next twelve months.

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SoundCloud partners with Zefr for content ID and monetisation
SoundCloud has partnered with rights management software provider Zefr to automatically scan uploads to the audio-sharing site for copyright infringing content. The plan is to allow content owners to block unapproved uploads of their music, or to monetise it via SoundCloud's all-new ad platform.

"That sounds a bit like YouTube's Content ID", you're probably thinking. Well, actually, it sounds exactly like it, because Zefr's biggest client is YouTube, to power its Content ID system.

"SoundCloud is continuing its evolution as a mature platform for labels and advertisers", said SoundCloud CEO, Alexander Ljung. "Working with Zefr, SoundCloud is taking another step to becoming the powerhouse player in the digital audio business".

TechCrunch reports that SoundCloud is the first new partner for Zefr since it raised $30 million in investment last year. For SoundCloud, it's the next step in convincing record labels that it can transition into a revenue-generating service from its previous incarnation as a no-royalties-for-anyone promotional tool. To date, Warner is the only major label it has managed to sign up to its new business model.

Nevertheless, last month, SoundCloud claimed that it had paid out $1 million to the various content owners (music-based and otherwise) who had signed up to its On SoundCloud partner programme in the first six months since launching the monetisation tools.

New season of CMU Insights courses announced
The team at CMU Insights - our training and consultancy unit - have announced a new series of evening seminars kicking off in May.

It's the Music Business In 2015 programme which offers eight two-hour sessions, each of which works as a standalone seminar, but they also fit together as a complete course providing a concise, user-friendly and up-to-the-minute overview of the wider music business today.

Specific sessions are as follows:

11 May: Revenue Streams And Music Companies
18 May: Music Rights - The Basics
1 Jun: Music Rights - Licensing
8 Jun: The Music Rights Sector
15 Jun: Live, Brands & Fan Services
22 Jun: Building A Fanbase - Social Media Tools
29 Jun: Building A Fanbase - Music Media
6 Jul: Building A Fan-Orientated Business

For more information or to book on individual seminars or the entire course, click here.

  Approved: Maribou State
Signed to Ninja Tune imprint Counter Records at the start of the year, and first tipped in these pages by Eddy Temple-Morris two years ago, Maribou State are set to release their debut album, 'Portraits', on 1 Jun.

Having introduced their new full band set up at a show at Oslo in Hackney last month, the band are now set to take the album's warmly produced sound to the festival circuit. The record itself features vocals from Holly Walker and Jono McCleery, with juxtaposed synth and guitar lines over looping breakbeats.

Check out recent single 'Rituals' here.
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Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi denies health problems to blame for band's farewell gig cancellation
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has denied reports that he is in ill health, after the band cancelled their previously announced 'farewell show' at Ozzfest Japan in November.

Iommi was diagnosed with cancer in 2012, telling fans at the beginning of last year that he was nearing the end of his treatment.

In a post on Facebook last week, the guitarist said: "Thank you for all the enquiries about my health, very kind. I'm not sure how the rumour of my being unwell started as I was away on holiday! Once you've had something like lymphoma the fear that it will return never leaves, all I can say is that right now I'm fine and have regular blood tests".

Prior to this, it was announced that Black Sabbath's planned show at Ozzfest Japan was to be replaced by an Ozzy Osbourne solo set.

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Free Kanye West show in Armenia shut down by police
A free Kanye West show at Swan Lake in Yerevan, Armenia was cut short by police last night, after the rapper jumped into the (shallow) waters of said lake followed by many of his onlooking fans.

As FACT reports, the show lasted just under 20 minutes, in which time West performed six songs. During 'Good Life' he stepped out into the knee-high waters, at which point he was mobbed by fans who ran in from around the lake.

The show, announced on Twitter by West's wife Kim Kardashian, was being live-streamed on YouTube by Armenian news service First, which captured the whole incident. Fans hung around for a while after police shut down the show in the hope that it would restart, but eventually gave up and wandered off.

Kardashian later tweeted about the show, though didn't reference its brevity, writing: "Thousands of people were there! Kanye jumped in Swan Lake to be closer to the crowd on the other side and so many people jumped in too!"

Skip to 45 minutes on this video for the start of the show, and an hour and three to see Kanye splashing around.

Two Japanese music showcases announced in London
Do you like Japanese music? Sure you do. But you're frustrated that you rarely get to see any of the bands you like in London. Well, look at this, there are Japanese showcases aplenty coming your way in the next few months. By which I mean there are two of them. Which is still pretty good.

Up first is a Japan Underground-promoted night at The Pipeline in East London on 13 May, which will serve as a warm-up for this year's Japan Rising showcase at The Great Escape. On the bill are Moumoon and the CMU approved Passepied. Details here.

Then, in July, the previously reported Japan Night project comes to the UK to coincide with Hyper Japan at The O2. Two shows on 10 and 11 Jul at IndigO2 will see rock bands Vamps and [Alexandros] perform, with Okamoto's supporting on the first night and Ling Tosite Sigure on the second. Details and tickets here.

The show will be promoted by former AEG Live man Rob Hallett's new company Robomagic. He said in a statement: "We are proud to be chosen as the promoter of the first Japan Night in London and we will make sure that this will be a memorable concert for all Japanese music fans in London!"

Read our interview with Vamps, in which they discuss being part of Japan Night and performing overseas, here.

Mumford & Sons, The National, Ryn Weaver, and more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• Rolo Tomassi have signed a deal with Mike Patton's Ipecac Records to release their new album in the US.

• Ryn Weaver will release her debut album, 'The Fool', on 7 Aug. She'll also play a UK show at Notting Hill Arts Club on 3 Jun. Here's the album's title track.

• Mumford & Sons have slung out a new track called 'The Wolf'. Here it is.

After two years, The National have decided that, yes, they will release their collaboration with Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson, 'A Lot Of Sorrow'. The performance at MoMA in New York in 2013 saw the band play their song 'Sorrow' over and over and over again for six hours straight. 1500 copies of a boxset which sees the entire performance stretched over nine LPs will be made available. Profits will go to the Partners In Health charity. Pre-order here.

• Jenny Hval has released another new song from her upcoming new album, 'Apocalypse, Girl'. Titled 'Sabbath', you can listen to it here.

• Born Gold has a new song out called 'I Want To Be Naked'. Here's the video, if you don't believe me.

• Sam Urbani, one time frontwoman of Friends, has released her first solo track, '1 2 3 4'.

• Would you like to hear another new Florence And The Machine song? Well tough, here it is.

• Tyler, The Creator's new album is out... TODAY! Here's a track from it, 'Fucking Young'.

• Peter Broderick is going to tour the UK in support of his new album, 'Colours Of The Night', which is out on 27 Apr. Amongst the shows is an instore performance at Rough Trade East on 1 May. Full dates here.

Stop laughing at Blue, they are very successful
Blue would like it to be known that, despite being dropped by Sony Music, they are not a band to be laughed at. They are, in fact, very successful, and this is something that should be remembered at all times.

Here are some things that you should be remembering:

• Sixteen million sold albums.
• Over 40 number ones worldwide.
• Over two hundred performances in 23 countries worldwide in the last three years, performing to three quarters of a million people.
• The feeling doesn't get any better.
• Worked with some incredible producers, from the Stargate team ten years ago, to Red One on the 'Roulette' album and Brian Rawling on 'Colours'.

Pretty impressive, huh? Yet still some people - no, not people, journalists - think that Blue are some sort of joke. A group of men to be mocked, despite their incredible success. I mean, they just had a show on ITV2. How many shows have you had on ITV2?

"Sadly there are still those 'journalists' that find it fun and amusing to preach their negativity and vitriol towards us", wrote Blue in an impassioned statement on Facebook last week. "Those that don't listen to the fans who buy our music and come and see us live. Those that smile to our face and stab us in the back. They have always been around and perhaps just like us - they are not going anywhere either".

Well that's good to know. But what should we do about it? "Let the haters hate and in the meantime we are going to keep on doing what we love for everyone that enjoys Blue and what we stand for, our music. We don't need to prove who we are, or ask permission to be here. We love Sony Music who have supported us and licensed the ['Colours'] album for the UK and supported us on tour and we look forward to the rest of this year and the next as we move into 'Fifteen Years Of Blue'".

"Let's turn haters into motivators", they concluded. OK then: Fuck off, Blue.

 
ANDY MALT | Editor
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Sam oversees the commercial side of the CMU media, leading on sales and sponsorship, plus helps manage and deliver the CMU Insights training courses and consultancy services.
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