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On this page, you can find the latest news from the Live DMA network and updates on our current projects and activities.

LSE Podcast – December 2018

In this third episode of the Live Style Europe radio show: Feedback on Audrey’s participation at a panel on the latest evolutions of the Creative Europe programme at the Transmusicales Festival in Rennes Interview with Benjamin Freaigneau, in charge of communication & of circulation of information at Fedelima –...

Internship offer – Project assistant “Live Style Europe”

From February to mid-July (5/6 months) – legal gratification – Nantes Missions description Main mission (in relation with the coordination manager) Run Live DMA campaign for the European elections (May 2019). Collect and analyse candidate’s proposals, develop contacts with future MEPs, watch and report on EU policies and campaigns...

75 organisations joint statement: Revision of the Visa Code

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75 organisations from the cultural sector joined forces in a call to the European Institutions to take into consideration the specific needs of the sector in the context of the trilogue negotiations on the Revision of the Visa Code. We underline that the cultural sector in Europe desires transparent and...

LSE Podcast – November 2018

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In this second episode of the Live Style Europe radio show: Interview with Victor and Zivile Diawara, the two founders and directors of LOFTAS, music venue and cultural fabric in Vilnius, Lithuania Interview with Marc Wohlrabe, co-founder of the Berlin clubnetwork Clubcommission, board member of the German live music...

Feasibility study on a future European Music Observatory

Together with 11 other European music organisations, Live DMA is part of the advisory board of the feasibility study investigating a possible future full-scale establishment of a data collection organisation called The Observatory as a core strategic resource to drive relevance and value for future policy actions in the music portfolio and across the sector....