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Complete Music Update

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Complete Music Update

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CMU was co-found by Chris Cooke, Alastair Walker and Fraser Thomson in 1998. It says its aim is to bring together everyone working in music, from suits at biggest music, digital and media firms, to people keeping it very real in the grass roots music community. In that regard, CMU's target audience is probably much wider than other music industry trade magazines like Music Week or Billboard. CMU was initially print magazine mail for free to people working in the UK Music industry, music media and college music community, with a complementary website. In 2002, the magazine was replaced with a daily e-newsletter, CMU Daily. CMU's news service covers new and established artists and labels from pop, indie, rock, metal, EDM, jazz, hip hop, R & B and classical genres.

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In 2005, CMU launched a sister website aimed at music consumers, called Beats Bar, though this has since been merged with the main CMU website. From 2008 to 2012, CMU published a separate weekly newsletter also aimed at music consumers, called CMU Weekly and later Editor's Letter, which in someways replace Beats Bar. This includes digest of CMU news stories from previous week and other features. Since Autumn 2012, these features have been merged into CMU Daily and the main CMU website. From 2003 to 2012, CMU published a separate weekly email newsletter called Remix Update for listeners of Remix, specialist show on UK alternative radio station Xfm. This was later replaced by a regular column on the main CMU website written by Remix presenter Eddy Temple-Morris and also called Eddy say.

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