We are looking for males and females aged 20-35 to take part in a 2.5 hour workshop in London about magazines and newspapers.
You will be required to do a pre task prior to the workshop.
Wednesday 3rd June 2015
£55.00 + £10 for completed pre task
Please answer the questions below.
Working status i.e. full time, part time, etc…
Which industry sector do you work in?
Which of the following statements best applies to you?
I am creative and independent but fiercely loyal to where I live, my friends and family
I love new trends in fashion and music and am always interested in the next big thing
I love being in a small scene with other people who share my passions
I want to create trends and inspire people
City life is core to my identity – the music, the fashion and the lifestyle
Which of the following are of interest to you?
Music and concerts
Fashion and make up
Sports and events
Food and restaurants
Cinema and TV/Films
Cars and motorcycles
Which of the following is your main source of inspiration for finding out about new music?
I hear about new music in passing – mainly through radio, TV, magazines and from my friends on social media sites/apps
I actively look for new music by following niche blogs, websites and magazines
I like alternative music and look out for artists with a real message and discover them through friends who share my passion
I am always ahead of the curve and know about the latest music and acts through my friends in the scene
I download the newest tracks of rap, trap, hip hop and crunk from the coolest artiststhat I know or that I discovered through trusted sources in my circles
How do you get your information about entertainment?
In print (newspapers, magazines, etc…)
Online (websites, apps, newsletters, etc…)
Offline (TV, radio, word of mouth, etc…)
Which magazines or newspapers do you read for entertainment content?
Which of the following free magazines/newspapers are you aware of?
How often do you read the following publications?
Please forward this on to anyone you know who may be interested.
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