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A storyteller with six years of PR and journalistic experience, specialising in music and culture. Skilled in copywriting and news generation, from speeches to front-page splashes, as well as project and people management. Now looking for a career change from PR to a writing/editing role.
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Christmas lights are being turned on, John Lewis has unleashed its heart-warming ad, and of course, 10 famous faces have made their way to the Australian jungle to eat creepy crawlies while two Geordie fellas in matching cargo jackets watch on. I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here has hit our screens again.
Yesterday, I spoke at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport staff conference at Alexandra Palace. It was almost a homecoming moment, having been Director of Strategy and Communication for DCMS some years ago - but this time I was back as Chief Executive of Radiocentre.
Features and Interviews
Coral Williamson lifts the lid on music recognition technology, an audio fingerprinting system that's quietly revolutionising the way royalties are paid out to songwriters, composers, artists and publishers. Back in October, PRS for Music hit an important technological milestone for music-makers - but you'd be forgiven for missing it.
There's a line in 'Baby I Got the Death Rattle', one of the tracks from Los Campesinos!' last album: "On the walk back to your house in the cold from City Arms." A Cardiff pub not too far from the station, City Arms, it turns out, has quite a history with the band.
Coral Williamson's contributions to DIY.
This might sound unbelievable, but bear with me: I'm a woman who likes music. I know, right? We must be part of a rare breed, my #womeninmusic gal pals and me, because why else would Global actively advertise that XFM replacement/rebrand/relaunch Radio X is 'truly male-focused' and definitely Not For Women?
Speeches and scriptwriting
Many more dance music creators will receive royalties from performances of their music played by DJs in nightclubs, as PRS for Music and PPL expand their distribution policies to include data generated from music recognition technology, in turn improving the accuracy of royalty distributions. #DontMissABeat