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Music Week Digital Archives Now Available

By Jess Browne-Swinburne

16 Dec 2019

Individual and institutional digital-only subscriptions to Music Week are now available to purchase on the Exact Editions platform.

An archive of issues stretching back to the beginning of 2019, as well as every new issue, can be accessed cross-platform on web, iOS and Android devices.

Music Week was first published in 1959, providing in-depth journalism on the music business. As well as delivering the latest industry news, hard-hitting opinions and in-depth features, the title prides itself on championing new music and showcasing the latest emerging talent, says Exact Editions.

The Exact Editions platform facilitates a comprehensive search function, permitting users to instantly find a specific artist, venue or topic. Individual pages from the archive can be easily bookmarked, downloaded and shared digitally with fellow readers to spread the title’s exclusive content. As the archive grows weekly, subscribers can expect a further collection of back issues to be added at a later date, adding further depth to the extensive musical resource.

The archive of Music Week is available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops.

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “We’re delighted to add Music Week to the platform, which augments the already robust collection of music titles that are on offer to individuals and institutions. The interactive platform provides subscribers with the best possible opportunity to fully engage with their passion for music.


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