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The Music Network revives 30 Under 30 Industry Awards

3 Feb

The Music Network (TMN) have announced the return of their annual TMN 30 Under 30 Awards, designed to unearth and showcase the best and brightest professionals, aged 30 or under.

Applicants are eligible to nominate themselves in one of ten Industry categories, with five finalists and three winners selected from each by an all-star judging panel. Entries are open to anyone working permanently in Australia within one of the ten categories, who are aged 30 or under at the time of their application.

The Awards will champion those who can demonstrate a genuine contribution to the biz via their current employer or, if self-employed, their business. Above all, TMN is searching for fresh voices with a clear vision for the future of the music industry and the challenges it faces in the decade ahead.

TMN‘s editor and publisher, Jake Challenor said of the Awards return, “Over six months in the planning, we’re excited to discover and spotlight the young executives that will play an influential role in shaping a healthy, diverse and inclusive future for the local music industry on the world stage.”

The awards have returned thanks to the support of their six major sponsors – APRA AMCOS, Eventbrite, MTV, Sony Music, Universal Music and Warner Music.

TMN 30 UNDER 30 AWARDS | 2020 CATEGORIES
A&R & Creative
Sales & Marketing
Touring & Live Performance
Digital & Social
Media & Journalism
Licensing & Supervision
Technology & Retail
Entrepreneurs & Innovators
Professional Services
Publicity & Promotions

Entries open on Monday 3 February 2020 and close on Friday 21 February 2020. The shortlist is set to be announced on Wednesday 18 March, with the winners revealed on Wednesday 8 April.

You can check out more information and submit your entry HERE

Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and The ArtsGovernment of Western Australia Department of Culture and The Arts

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lottery West, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.