briefings & podcasts

AudioUK is being funded by the Govt's Business Readiness Fund to help UK audio companies prepare for leaving the EU. Click here for more details on the Audiotrain site.

All about AudioUK

Mission statement - what we do - membership directory - the AudioUK Board - the AudioUK Secretariat - privacy statement

Policy & public affairs

AudioUK policy papers - news & press releases - AudioUK in the nations & regions - related organisations

Costs and benefits

Membership fees - application form - AudioUK legal services scheme - Radio Academy discount membership

Audio Content Fund

A new three-year £3m fund launch April 2019, to support public service audio production, predominantly on commercial radio, across the UK

Information for all

Working with & for indies - international rights agents - useful contacts - executive producers - freelancers - studios and OB facilities - app designers in AudioUK

Audiotrain & Awards

AudioUK Events: Audiotrain - the Audio Production Awards - the Radio Academy ARIAs - other broadcasting awards

members only

members only

Log in / log out - legal scheme contracts - special offers and market opportunities - resources for BBC productions - BBC presentation to indies 8 June 2017 - Radio 4 rolling commissioning guidelines

AudioUK members on twitter

Take a peek at the amazing level of activity from AudioUK members on this twitter list

Creative Industries Federation

CIF logoAudioUK is an enthusiastic member of the Creative Industries Federation and proud to support its excellent work on behalf of one of the UK's major economic sectors.

Fresh Air logo
invites you to meet their team and mingle with other audio professionals at the first AudioUK social.

Find out more about podcasting and branded content from people who understand the market for quality audio beyond broadcasting.

6.30 to 9pm Wednesday February 26th

12/14 Berry Street, London EC1V 0AU

Register here - and don't delay as we can accommodate a maximum of 40 people! (check your emails for the password).

There is no charge, but please note that this event is for people associated with a AudioUK member company only.

Also we regret there is no disabled access at this location. AudioUK will ensure that future socials are fully accessible.

This new series of informal AudioUK socials is designed to give radio and audio professionals an opportunity to engage with like-minded colleagues, find out what other people in the sector are doing and how they do it and discuss areas of mutual interest. Future socials will include events with the team behind The Missing Cryptoqueen podcast and a visit to meet the Prison Radio Association team at HMP Brixton. The organising committee includes members of Folder & Co, 7digital, Whistledown and Listen. We also have a Manchester-based group working on events outside London.


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AudioUK is a trading name of the Audio Producers Association, a company limited by guarantee, registration number 06527771, regd office Unit 2 Olympic Court, Whitehills Business Park, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY4 5GU

Contact information: Will Jackson, Managing Director   Kim Mason, Administrator

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