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Support Women Creators in Music by Taking This Survey

A survey being run by MIDiA research is looking for responses from women, men and non-binary creators working in the music industry.

Published: 17 February 2021 | 3:01 PM Updated: 30 April 2021 | 2:18 PM
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An important study of the challenges, experiences, inspirations and hopes for female artists looking to carve a career in today's industry. Photo credit: Shutterstock

MIdiA are conducting research on the topic of women creators in music – artists, songwriters, producers, DJs and managers – an important study of the challenges, experiences, inspirations and hopes for female artists looking to carve a career in today's industry.

The survey is being sponsored by MIDiA’s partners Tunecore and Believe, and the results will be published in March 2021.

Your responses will be entirely anonymous and aggregated in the results, take the survey now.

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