Sound of Silence: The Australian Music Industry is Sending Out an SOS 1280 720 SOS - Save our Spectrum

Sound of Silence: The Australian Music Industry is Sending Out an SOS

The hard-working people who provide the soundtrack to Australian life need your help, right now. Australian artist crew and music workers are among some of the most vulnerable with regards to job stability and mental wellbeing. Almost overnight, COVID19 has devastated the industry, leading to the cancellation of thousands of events and threatening the livelihood…

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Marc Angel: “We socialists want 2.8 billion Euro for Creative Europe!” 1200 546 SOS - Save our Spectrum

Marc Angel: “We socialists want 2.8 billion Euro for Creative Europe!”

The Luxembourg Socialist Marc Angel has only been a member of the European Parliament since this legislative period. But he is already known in European cultural policy. Angel comes from Luxembourg City and is very rooted and popular in his home country. In an interview with SOS – Save Our Spectrum, he reports that he…

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Christian Ehler: “Recovery funds also for the cultural and creative industries!” 1000 693 SOS - Save our Spectrum

Christian Ehler: “Recovery funds also for the cultural and creative industries!”

The German Christian Democrat Dr. Christian Ehler is one of the most well-known culture politicians in the European Parliament. In an interview with “SOS – Save Our Spectrum”, he describes how the industry should emerge from the crisis and which festival he is most looking forward to after Corona. Ehler is a member of the…

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What the Corona pandemic means for radio spectrum policy 863 360 SOS - Save our Spectrum

What the Corona pandemic means for radio spectrum policy

Guest Contribution from Margit Stumpp, Member of the Bundestag (Alliance 90/The Greens), Anke Domscheit-Berg, Member of the Bundestag (The Left Party), Thomas Hacker, Member of the Bundestag (FDP, liberal party), Dr. Christian Jung, Member of the Bundestag (FDP, liberal party) Radio frequencies play a decisive role in ensuring whether a state can provide its citizens…

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Adrienne Hahn
Adrienne Haan: “We need a minimum basic income per month for all artists!” 1900 1267 SOS - Save our Spectrum

Adrienne Haan: “We need a minimum basic income per month for all artists!”

Photo: Jack Denver Cited as “an exceptional song interpreter with a grand voice” by the Berliner Morgenpost, Adrienne Haan specializes in the music of the 1920s and 30s. She is an internationally acclaimed artist who performs all around the globe. She resides in New York and Germany. How do you experience the current crisis as…

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The coronavirus epidemic and cultural life in France 1920 1280 SOS - Save our Spectrum

The coronavirus epidemic and cultural life in France

The coronavirus pandemic is a public health crisis of unprecedented magnitude. Its economic impact has yet to be assessed accurately as all industries have ground to a halt around the world: the IMF reckons that the world economy will experience its worst recession since the Great Depression with global growth falling to – 3% in…

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