Jazz Services
Jazz Services has today released a press release announcing plans for an organisational restructure, as well as the closure of JazzUK magazine. The full release can be read here: http://www.jazzservices.org.uk/index.php/jazz-services-resources-press-releases/item/974-jazz-services-announces-plans-for-organisational-restructure
Jazz Services announces plans for organisational restructure and closure of JazzUK magazine 21st November 2014: Jazz Services announces it is about to embark on a comprehensive restructuring process that will take the organisation into 2015 and beyond.  One aspect of this process is that its long-running magazine JazzUK has had to cease publication in its current form. Following the withdrawal of its NPO status in the last round of Arts Council…
Public nominations for the 2015 Parliamentary Jazz Awards open on the 17th November, and Jazz Services is proud to once again be involved with this important event recognising and celebrating UK jazz talent.  CLICK HERE TO NOMINATE IN THE 2015 PARLIAMENTARY JAZZ AWARDS! The awards are organised by the All Party Parliamentary Jazz Appreciation Group (APPJAG), in association with PPL and Jazz Services.  While in previous years the award ceremony…
Tuesday, 30 September 2014 11:03

BBC Trust radio consultation - give us your views!

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The BBC Trust recently announced a public consultation of the network's music radio services - we posted this piece about it last week.  As we mentioned in that piece, Jazz Services will be submitting our own response but we want you to be a part of it as well. Jazz Services is asking for your views relating to the BBC's jazz broadcasting, in order to include a spread of public…
Thursday, 25 September 2014 12:44

Help get the BBC tuned in to jazz!

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The BBC Trust has recently launched a consultation into its music radio, and is asking for views and opinions on the services offered by the broadcaster. It's a commonly held opinion that jazz doesn't receive a fair share of the airwaves, especially on the BBC, with much of the network’s programming devoted to classical and pop music while leaving other genres marginalised.  This consultation affords the UK's jazz scene a…
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