About this site:
I blog about a range of different things – often music enterprise, online culture and radio, but also just things that I do, places I go and stuff that I find interesting. It’s not a blog with a topic, per sé, other than what’s going on in my head right at this moment. The blog was started in April 2002 and I’ve written a fair bit over the past decade or so. I’m endeavouring to get better at it. Bear with me…
Here’s a bio that you can cut and paste, should you wish to.
Andrew Dubber is an academic, author, public speaker, blogger, music reviewer, radio and music industry consultant, whisky writer, podcaster, record collector, DJ, broadcaster and record producer. He is Professor of Music Industry Innovation at Birmingham City University, an advisor to Bandcamp and Planzai, manages half a dozen blogs, and is the founder of New Music Strategies – a pan-European music think tank and strategy group.
Andrew Dubber is Professor of Music Industry Innovation at Birmingham City University and is Award Leader for the MA in Music Industries and the MA in Music Radio. He’s a member of the Centre for Media and Cultural Research, and part of an international team working on a European Jazz research project called Rhythm Changes. His research interests include digital media cultures, online music enterprise, radio in the digital age, music as a tool for social change, and music as culture. He teaches about radio broadcasting, the music industries, and the online environment.