The new digital-only edition of IQ Magazine, IQ 90, looks at innovative livestreaming models, steps to tackle systemic racism and efforts to make touring greener…
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The new edition also honours the recipient of the 2022 Gaffer Award, Phay ‘Phaymous’ Mac Mahon, and delves into the evolving world of virus mitigation
By IQ on 07 Feb 2022
IQ 108, the latest issue of the international live music industry’s favourite monthly magazine, is available to read online now.
In the February 2022 edition, IQ talks to a number of business leaders to identify ten key lessons that the pandemic has taught us.
Elsewhere, IQ editor Gordon Masson talks to the recipient of the 2022 Gaffer Award, Phay ‘Phaymous’ Mac Mahon, about his 40-year career and how he became one of the go-to production managers in the international touring business.
This issue also sees Masson talk to experts about the evolving world of virus mitigation and profile ten products and services that are helping to get businesses up and rolling again.
For this edition’s columns and comments, tour manager Suzi Green explains how music industry support group The Back Lounge is helping the community through a new series of timely and topical free workshops and Driift’s Ric Salmon relives the success of The Smile’s live-stream triple header.
In this month’s Your Shout, execs including Marc Geiger (SaveLive), Georg Leitner (Georg Leitner Productions) and Nick Hobbs (Charmenko) reveal the best showcase they’ve ever seen.
As always, the majority of the magazine’s content will appear online in some form in the next four weeks.
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