Film Music Weekly launched
New weekly electronic magazine includes film and television industry and soundtrack news, articles, CD and technology reviews and more.
Film Music Magazine announces the launch today of Film Music Weekly, a new weekly electronic magazine about the world of music for film, television and video games. Film Music Weekly will be published each Monday electronically, while Film Music Magazine will continue to be published in print form every other month and will focus on in-depth articles and columns about the industry.
Subscriptions to Film Music Weekly are available at no cost, and each issue includes industry news, soundtrack news, upcoming CD releases, plus special exclusive features including:
SCORE OF THE WEEK:
A look at a new score, the film, and the composer. In the first issue: Joseph LoDuca and THE MESSENGERS
MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AND YOU:
A column by composer and technology expert Peter Alexander featuring a look at new technology for composers
Each week veteran journalist Daniel Schweiger reviews the latest in soundtrack album releases
A comprehensive list of composers and what films they've been signed to score.
Film Music Weekly features hyperlinks throughout the magazine for emails and websites, and is available in PDF format for onscreen viewing or printing. In addition, subscribers will receive special news updates by email between issues with late-breaking stories and news items.
"We're very excited about Film Music Weekly and the opportunity to bring our readers a weekly look at the industry in an easy to read format that delivers news, information and commentary in a timely, interactive format. Our editor Mikael Carlsson is one of the most well-respected and knowledgeable journalists in the industry, and we're thrilled that he's expanded his role with with this new publication." said Film Music Weekly publisher Mark Northam.
For a Free Subscription to Film Music Weekly and to download the current issue, visit: Film Music Weekly.