Here’s How To Join ReelWorld You Control 2015
ReelWorld puts European programmers and producers in control
ReelWorld – the world’s leading provider of radio jingles and imaging – are once again putting programmers and producers in control this May.
On Thursday May 14th, ‘You Control ReelWorld Europe’ returns for one day only, as ReelWorld’s team of top-flight producer create imaging for radio stations across Europe, on the house.
At the event in 2014, ReelWorld’s production team created content for radio stations in 16 European countries, including Belgium, Austria, Spain, Russia, Ireland and Iceland, and this year they want to make even more.
To hear the work created last year, check out the ReelWorld Europe SoundCloud page (https://soundcloud.com/reelworldeurope/sets/you-control-reelworld-europe).
Stations are once again invited to submit briefs for any new imaging they require. Whatever’s needed – from breakfast show promos and music beat mixes, to news beds and branded intros – the ReelWorld team will make it, for free!
ReelWorld’s European Managing Director Anthony Gay said: ’We had such an awesome day doing You Control ReelWorld Europe last year that we knew we had to do it again. It’s a great way for us to find out what imaging is in demand across Europe and make some really cool stuff at the same time!’
Any station can take part, as long as they’re based in Europe. Programmers and producers who are interested in being involved should sign up at reelworld.com/youcontrolreelworld (http://www.reelworld.com/youcontrolreelworld) ahead of May 14th to guarantee their elements will be made as it is all done on a first come, first served basis.
You Control ReelWorld Europe is made possible because of ReelWorld’s Production Vault service, the company’s powerful updating imaging library available in 10 formats, including CHR, Hot AC, Rock, Urban and Classic Hits.
Production Vault is already used across Europe on leading brands including Heart UK, NRJ France, 104.6 RTL Berlin, Mix Megapol in Sweden and Radio 538 in the Netherlands.