Zane Lowe

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In the run up to Christmas we will see more questions asked of the BBC and there will be plenty more speculation about the future broadcasting landscape of the UK. However, one thing is certain this year - radio remains vital in people's lives. Radio showed everyone that it is still the place in the media that is busy with innovation, has famous names people want to talk about and stations that millions of listeners are passionate about.
Apple has unveiled Apple Music, a Spotify-rivalling streaming service which for a monthly subscription will allow users to
LIKE US ON FACEBOOK | FOLLOW US ON TWITTER Zane Lowe In his 12 years as one of the station’s key presenters, Zane has championed
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Zane Lowe has, over the last decade, gained a reputation as one of the best known broadcasters in the business. With his distinctive (if opinion-splitting voice) boundless enthusiasm, and easy going nature with guests, he has carved out a niche as the man bands come and see when they touch down in the UK.
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I say thoughtfully. I'm talking to Ross Samson, the London Irish and Scotland rugby union player. I'm not just helping him with his international sports career. I'm helping him with everything.
But why is it important that we support a wide range of new music? In my opinion, the biggest challenge facing any artist or musician today is simply getting noticed. The internet has democratised music production and distribution and the barrier to entry is now so low that the web is flooded with millions of tracks and thousands of undiscovered artists. Simultaneously, there has been a global decline in the number of trusted guides or filters with sufficient audience to make any difference and without significant gatekeepers operating at mass-market scale music makers will find it harder and harder to emerge beyond their niche.