Advertising

Music Australia provides businesses and organisations with a number of highly targeted advertising and promotion options.

Who Subscribes to Music Australia 

Our readership consists largely of music professionals. The majority of our content is freely available to the general public online, and has considerable reach. In 2016 over 600,000 people used our services, including key music decision makers, opinion leaders, and educators in industry, government, tertiary institutions, schools and community organisations, as well as musicians and music enthusiasts.

Online Advertising

We offer different forms of online advertising across Music Australia and Music: Count Us In. The Music Australia website is a rich information resource for the musically-minded. It is Australia’s most authoritative and comprehensive site for music sector information and resources. There are a range of advertising sizes to choose from that can link to your website, landing page, enquiry form or to an online registration system for your next event.

Music Australia eNews Advertising

Music Australia eNews is emailed directly to the inbox of over 14,500+ subscribers fortnightly, a key source for those seeking current information about music industry news and opportunities.

DOWNLOAD ADVERTISING RATES AND SPECS

Our prices were updated in January 2017 to be inclusive of GST. To discuss your advertising needs, or to enquire about joint promotion opportunities with the Music Australia, please contact our Program  Coordinator Scarlett Di Maio on: [email protected]

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Quick Links

Industry

  • National clearing house for policy & development
  • Music Journal Features articles about the Music Industry Sector
  • Music Talks Series of seminars exploring music

Community

Education