MusicRadar

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MusicRadar
MusicRadar logo.jpg
Type of site
Music website
OwnerFuture plc
Created byFuture plc
URLwww.musicradar.com
CommercialYes
LaunchedDecember 2007
Current statusActive

MusicRadar is a music website that offers information pertaining to artists and their music. The site features music gear news and reviews, artist interviews and online music and production tutorials. It is owned by British media company Future plc, which incorporates monthly music-making titles including Total Guitar, Guitarist, Keyboard Magazine and Computer Music.

One of Future's music portals besides Louder, it identifies itself as "The No. 1 website for musicians".[1] The site was launched in December 2007 and originally included "major user-generated content areas for amateur and professional musicians".[2]

History[edit]

MusicRadar.com was launched in December 2007 by Editor-in-chief Michael Leonard. The site's current editor-in-chief is Will Groves.[1]

Since 2010, its contributors have included Joe Bosso,[3] Dave Clews, Daniel Griffiths, Ronan Macdonald and Record Collector contributor Terry Staunton.[4]

Current editorial team[edit]

Editor-in-chief: Will Groves

Group Content Manager: Ben Rogerson

Guitars Editor: Rob Laing

Tech Features Editor: Matt Mullen

Reviews and Video Producer: Simon Arblaster

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "About Us", musicradar.com (retrieved 18 June 2017).
  2. ^ Future launches MusicRadar site – Brand Republic
  3. ^ "Joe Bosso", musicradar.com (retrieved 18 June 2017).
  4. ^ "Terry Staunton", musicradar.com (retrieved 18 June 2017).