Behind NME lines: Media brand sets out 'strong' vision for online growth

Andre Paine

NME is ready to “re-establish a critical voice” as an online platform, digital director Keith Walker has told Music Week.

Following the closure of the print magazine last month after 66 years, there was an outpouring of tributes for the iconic music weekly – and concern about the loss of a major media platform for artists.

“There was a lot of passion and a lot of feedback but you’ve got to go where people are [online],” said Walker. “The audience ...

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