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Radar Launch Game-changing Content Commissioning Service

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Creatives can now set up browsable profiles, networking groups and send briefs to clients for free

Radar Launch Game-changing Content Commissioning Service
Radar have announced that now filmmakers, designers & photographers can be discovered by leading music content commissioners on Radar for free. Radar's new service allows leading labels, managers and self-releasing artists to browse all portfolios on Radar, including portfolios on free accounts.

Radar's new services is designed as a game-changer for the industry - early feedback from commissioners is they love it and can’t wait to find new talent via the platform. 

10 years ago, Radar were the first to connect up and coming creatives across the world with major and indie labels, music managers and self-releasing artists. Radar is now used to create music videos, album art, band photography and other visual content for music marketing campaigns.

Notable commissions via Radar include Alt J's Breeze Blocks (Alt J's best performing video by a very long chalk, currently standing at 134+ million views on YouTube) and UK Music Video Award winning Take Me Dancing by Will Joseph Cook.



After a year of extensive research with music content commissioners worldwide, Radar's now launching a host of new services tailored to get their hand-picked exclusive creatives access to the freshet briefs the industry has to offer.

The new services will feature;
Browsable profiles of all creatives
Creatives can now be added to commissioners lists
Creatives can now be contacted by commissioners directly via the platform
Commissioners can send briefs privately to selected creatives
Creatives can sign up cost FREE and be seen by the best labels, managers and self-releasing artists

Founder of Radar, Caroline Bottomley says “It’s a bit of a revolution for commissioners & creatives. Music marketers told us what we were offering (promoting their briefs to Radar creatives) wasn’t always the solution they were looking for - often they want to research their own options, or start more private conversations with selected creatives. It’s great to know that our creatives will be seen by leading content commissioners via our new and improved service.”

We aim to maintain Radar's position as the best place worldwide to source up & coming creative talent. Our renewed dedication to scouting creative talent and signing them exclusively to our platform helps underline that position.

Want to be discovered by leading content commissioners? Create your free profile here
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lbbonline.com, Tue, 23 May 2017 13:27:14 GMT