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    my plan is to create a digital music magazine, record label and concert venue at the end.
    What I want to learn is:
    how to create websites
    improve my english skills
    video editing
    music editing
    law (journalism, copyright and everything that might be useful)
    promotion
    advertising (how to gain advertisers for my website, and how advertises should look to stay nice)
    alternative ways to make money on my digital magazine
    organizing music events, concerts
    how to keep my magazine attractive and interesting
    new media possibilities
    Probably a perfect course to learn all those skills doesn't exist, but do you know what might be most useful?
    Please help!
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    (Original post by VERONICA.G)
    Hello,


    my plan is to create a digital music magazine, record label and concert venue at the end.
    What I want to learn is:
    how to create websites
    improve my english skills
    video editing
    music editing
    law (journalism, copyright and everything that might be useful)
    promotion
    advertising (how to gain advertisers for my website, and how advertises should look to stay nice)
    alternative ways to make money on my digital magazine
    organizing music events, concerts
    how to keep my magazine attractive and interesting
    new media possibilities
    Probably a perfect course to learn all those skills doesn't exist, but do you know what might be most useful?
    Please help!
    Have a look on UCAS for music production/acoustics courses. The equipment to build those skills is expensive and not available at every university.

    Once you've got a shortlist of courses look into which of those universities offer management/business modules as optional extras, look into societies at the student union that you can use to develop and practise your entrepreneurial skills as well as getting involved in university newspapers/magazines/websites for practical experience. That could also help you connect up with people with creative/artistic abilities to help you build that side of things.

    On the new media/web front then there are loads of free online courses you can do to build things up (eg https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/web-science-2014-q3, https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/digital-marketing or https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/...er-of-brands-3 ).

    I wouldn't suggest looking for courses with legal content - most business schools will have some modules that cover the basics and anything beyond that you are best employing a professional.
 
 
 
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