The Music Network

The Music Network is an Australian magazine launched in 1994 by founder John Woodruff. The Music Network was founded by John Woodruff in 1994, initially as a paper-based publication for the Australian music industry. This included record labels, media networks, music and DVD retailers, radio and television programmers and music directors, sales representatives, artist managers, music publishers and concert promoters. In January 2009, the magazine was sold to the music marketing and publishing group Peer Group Media, which is under the ownership of Adam Zammit, who replaced Woodruff as the new owner of The Music Network. In March 2009, former Future Entertainment general manager Jade Harley, became the magazine's new managing editor. The Music Network's website re-launched on 8 June 2009, with a new design, logo and layout Source

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Scope National
Language English
Country Australia
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